LOS ANGELES – Minister of Law and Human Rights (Menkumham) Yasonna H. Laoly made a working visit to the United States for one week, November 12-19 2021. In one of his agenda, Yasonna visited the University of California (UCLA), on Tuesday. local (16/11/2021)
On this occasion, Yasonna and Chancellor and Faculty Members of UCLA discussed the possibility of cooperation between the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham) and UCLA. According to him, UCLA is one of the prestigious universities in the United States that has won many awards. The collaboration between the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and UCLA is believed to be able to increase the capacity of the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) within the Ministry of Law and Human Rights.
Not only that, he also explained the duties and functions of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the achievements it has had. The Minister hopes that the collaboration with UCLA will have implications for the ASN paradigm: improving excellent public services.
“An organization can develop and continue to adapt to all changes if it has Human Resources who have high capacity. With the collaboration between the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and UCLA, it will certainly have a very positive impact in realizing the values of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights that are increasingly DEFINITE (Professional, Accountable, Synergic, Transparent, and Innovative),” said the Minister of Law and Human Rights.
On the other hand, the Senior Advisor to the Chancellor, Diane Gu welcomed the ideas presented by the Minister of Law and Human Rights.
“We really welcome, and hope that there will be many students from the Ministry of Law and Human Rights studying at UCLA,” he added.
In addition to being a prestigious university and has won many awards. UCLA is a government-owned university, which has complete, high-tech and beautiful facilities and infrastructure. |source imigrasi.go.id|