"Promoting Humanitarian Values", Udayana University and ICRC Sign MoU
Udayana University (Unud) and The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) started a formal collaboration which was marked by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) by both parties at the Bangsa Room, Unud Rectorate Building, Jimbaran Campus, Friday (19/8/2022).
The signing of the MoU was followed by the signing of the Cooperation Agreement between the Faculty of Law, Udayana University and the ICRC. This activity was attended by the Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation and Information representing the Rector of Udayana University, the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Udayana University, the Representative of the Commander of the IX Udayana Military Regional Command, the Representative of the Bali Regional Police Chief, the Head of the Regional Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the Secretary General of the Cross Merah Indonesia, lecturers and students from the Faculty of Law.
Vice Rector Prof. Dr.dr. I Putu Gede Adiatmika, M.Kes in his speech said that on behalf of the academic community of Udayana University, he welcomed the collaboration initiated by the Faculty of Law, especially concerning the values of humanity in Bali. Through the implementation of this activity, it is hoped that it can provide benefits to the entire academic community and the wider community and further strengthen collaboration between Udayana University, especially the Faculty of Law and the ICRC which is strengthened in the cooperation document of the Parties.
Head of Regional Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Alexandre Faite in his speech said that this program is to seek linkages of concepts that are widely applicable in society and universally applicable, namely about humanity. The ICRC program will be a very long program with a very broad concept of humanity. The collaboration between the ICRC and Udayana University is expected to explore the customs and human values that exist in Bali. He hopes that the signed MoU can provide more benefits for both parties.
Meanwhile, the Secretary General of the Indonesian Red Cross, Sudirman Said, in his speech said that the world will face issues of humanitarian problems, therefore the entire world's red cross movement is asked to prepare to become a servant of humanity. Spreading human values is the duty of the Red Cross. PMI is very grateful to Udayana University for facilitating seminar activities and being willing to carry out an MOU and PKS with the ICRC.