SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities



The wealth gap between the world's richest and poorest continue to grow and it's effect on many communities and individuals have become increasingly detrimental. The ten targets aim to provide monetary equality, investments to further develop developing countries, facilitate the migrant and mobility of people.

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Jeffrey Sachs Centre (JSC) ASEAN Ministers Workshop

In JSC’s inaugural ASEAN Ministers Workshop, data poverty was discussed as one of the major obstacles in designing suitable sustainable development projects. The lack of data could make the best intentions potentially harmful to communities where projects are implemented in the name of sustainable development, especially when the assumption of the potential success of these projects are based on idealized hypothesis; a failure to account for the necessity of maintenance, whether of the projects or their outcomes; disconnection from realities on the ground; and neglect in considering how the outcome of the projects could be integrated to local cultures and lifestyles. This makes it necessary for research aimed at supporting implementation and policy development to design methodologies that will work not merely with minor data gaps, but also where entire chunks of data are missing, especially for research conducted in data-impoverished locations.

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42 KL

42 KL is a tuition-free computer programming school with a peer-to-peer learning environment. 42 KL is an innovative educational model that was designed to develop the skills needed to jumpstart a career as a software engineer using a project-based learning approach. 42 KL offers an unparalleled education opportunity to any Malaysian, regardless of socioeconomic and educational background. The concept has received tremendous traction in countries around the world, including Silicon Valley, and we are now ready to pioneer this tech talent development game changer in Malaysia.

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Work from Home Policy

Many individulas have lost out on employment opportunities due to their inability to commute to work which could stem from disabilities and barriers to commuting. The University's Work from Home policy acts as a step for a more inclusive working environment for many individuals.