Reduced Inequalities

Measures against discrimination

Admissions policy which is non-discriminatory or which details and explains the logic for any appropriate positive discrimination policies in admissions, which is publicly posted Evidence
Programmes to recruit students/staff/faculty from under-represented groups Evidence
Anti-discrimination and antiharassment policies Evidence
Diversity and equality committee, office and/or officer (or the equivalent) tasked by the administration or governing body to advise on and implement policies, programmes, and trainings related to diversity, equity, inclusion and human rights on campus Evidence
Mentoring/counselling/peer support programmes to support students, staff, faculty from underrepresented groups Evidence
Accessible facilities for people with disabilities Evidence
Support services for people with disabilities Evidence
Access schemes for people with disabilities Evidence
Reasonable accommodation policy/strategy implemented, including adequately funded mechanism for persons with disability Evidence

“Fostering Equity and Bridging Disparities Across Nations”


“Empowering the Visually Impaired: Crafting a Prototype of the Electronic Braille Gadget

In pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goal of “Reduced Inequalities,” Mr. Nosirov H.H. has undertaken a remarkable endeavor. He is dedicated to creating a specialized electronic “Braille gadget” designed for the visually impaired, with a focus on both hardware and software provisions.

The core objective of this project is to manufacture these unique devices within the boundaries of our republic. By doing so, it aims to enhance the lives of visually impaired individuals by providing them with additional convenience and opportunities. The ultimate goal is to create conditions that enable them to receive an independent education.

This innovation is not just a technological marvel; it is a testament to Uzbekistan’s commitment to inclusivity and equality. By addressing the needs of the visually impaired, we take a significant step towards reducing inequalities and ensuring that every member of our society has the chance to learn, grow, and thrive.

“Adaptive Transformation of Uzbekistan’s Labor Market in the Digital Economy”

Uzbekistan’s transition into the digital economy has brought about a significant transformation in its labor market. The research project led by Ms. Otakuzieva Z.M. at Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT) is at the forefront of this change. Its mission is to establish a well-thought-out methodology for adapting the country’s labor market to the evolving digital landscape and to create a model for shaping social-labor relations.

In the digital age, where industries are rapidly changing, it’s crucial to ensure that the workforce remains adaptable and responsive to new challenges. This project aims to identify the core principles that will drive this adaptation. It seeks to provide a structured approach to address the shifting dynamics of work and the social-economic relationships connected to it.

By developing models and methodologies for a more flexible and inclusive labor market in Uzbekistan’s burgeoning digital economy, it not only fosters economic growth but also contributes to reducing inequalities. The research’s outcomes will shape the future of work in Uzbekistan, ensuring that the benefits of the digital economy are accessible to all, ultimately advancing the nation’s economic and social well-being.

Enhancing Healthcare through Smartphone Apps for Remote Chronic Disease Monitoring
creating a smartphone software application designed to facilitate remote monitoring and analysis of medical conditions for individuals living in remote areas with limited access to healthcare facilities. This application is intended to share treatment results and insights into patient histories and medical recommendations, aiding healthcare providers in delivering more effective care. At the university, Mr. Rahimov M.F. is at the helm of a visionary project that focuses on the development of a smartphone software application designed for remote monitoring and management of chronic diseases. This innovative application harnesses the power of digital technology to enable healthcare providers to access and analyze patient medical histories, remotely monitor patients, and compare treatment results based on the recommendations of medical professionals. By creating a tool that facilitates remote monitoring of chronic diseases, it not only empowers patients to take an active role in their healthcare but also offers healthcare providers a means to deliver more effective and personalized care. This project represents a stride towards reducing inequalities in healthcare access and improving the overall well-being of individuals dealing with chronic health conditions.