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Sustainable Development Goals

10.6.1 Non-Discriminatory Admissions Policy

ASU created a policy which is non-discriminatory explains the logic for any appropriate positive discrimination policies in admissions"

Evidence 1: The University does not have exclusions of any kind in admitting students. Page 17 in the Policy Guide shows the non-discrimination policy that guarantees equal opportunity and fair treatment of all students and employees of the Applied Science Private University. 

We have some examples : 

1. Because we care about our students and girls at the Applied Science Private University. Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, as the university reinforces the commitment to ending violence against women and girls around the world.
 Together to spread awareness, share your opinions using the hashtag #AsuFighters.
 #ASU #University_of_Applied_Sciences #StopViolence #ViolenceAgainstWomen

-A dialogue session at the Faculty of Law on the occasion of International Human Rights Day

 On the occasion of International Human Rights Day, the Faculty of Law at the Applied Science Private University, in cooperation with the Jordan Alliance for Freedom and Human Rights (Taziz), held a dialogue session on (the impact of the Corona pandemic on human rights in Jordan) on Wednesday, 12/9/2020, in the Legal Forum Hall.  / collage of rights.
 In the first session, which was chaired by Attorney Taghreed Al-Daghmi - General Coordinator of the Taziz Coalition, Dr. Raheel Al-Gharaibeh - Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Center for Human Rights, spoke about (the human rights situation in Jordan in light of the Corona pandemic), and Professor Nazir Al-Awamleh - Government Coordinator for Human Rights in...  The Prime Minister’s Office discussed (the government’s role in protecting human rights in light of the pandemic), while Dr. Muhammad Miqdadi - Secretary-General of the National Council for Family Affairs discussed (the impact of the Corona pandemic on the family and children).
 In the second session, which was chaired by lawyer Basma Al-Awamleh - Director of the Athar Association for Human Rights, Dr. Maysoon Al-Atoum - Director of the Center for Women’s Studies at the University of Jordan, spoke about (Violence against Women in Light of the Corona Pandemic and Protection Mechanisms), while Dr. Abdullah Al-Khasailat - Member of the Human Rights Council spoke.  Teaching at the Faculty of Law/Applied Science Private University on (the impact of the Corona pandemic on the right to education).  Counselor Tamara Al-Raggad - Director of Human Rights and Human Security/Ministry of Foreign Affairs, addressed the topic (Sustaining the work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its embassies abroad in following up on human rights issues in light of the pandemic).  The session concluded with several recommendations.


11/20/2023 6:09 PM