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Equal Opportunities & Diversity

Diversity, in terms of the integration of very different people without discrimination due to age, gender, sexual orientation, physical capacities, origin, ethnic affiliation, religion and ideology or way of life, is an elementary cornerstone of the identity and actions of the ZU. In order to safeguard the relevance of diversity and its implementation, the ZU has established the Equal Opportunities and Diversity Concept.


The person responsible for the implementation and further development of the Equal Opportunities and Diversity Concept is the Equal Opportunities Officer. This person is selected from the rows of science and administrative staff and is voted in by the Senate based on a suggestion by the Rectorate, to whom regular reports are submitted.
The central tasks of the Equal Opportunities Officer are:


  • Acting as the point of contact for all employees and students in case of emergencies (see “Guide”)
  • Safeguarding of equality and equal opportunities within all status groups of the university
  • Strategic implementation of a Gender & Diversity Management within the organization
  • Promotion of the reconcilability of family and vocation or studies
  • Accessibility and needs-based equipment in the workplaces of those with disabilities
  • Consultation regarding Equality & Diversity issues
  • Promotion of diversity research


The Equal Opportunities Officer or their deputy is to participate in all appeal proceedings and has the opportunity to make a statement regarding the employment of scientific personnel. The establishment and safeguarding of diversity in all ZU areas and processes is of high strategic and operative relevance and shall also be systematically promoted in future. Regular exchanges are conducted between the Equal Opportunities Officer, the Works Council and the Student Diversity Officer. For this purpose, the Senate of the ZU founded the Senate committee “Equal Opportunities & Diversity” in December 2016 as a platform for collaborative equal opportunities work.

Contact

Equal Opportunities Officer

Nau, Stephanie Dr phil
Head Coordinator ZUGS & Doctoral Program Director
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1205
Fax:+49 7541 6009-1299
Room:FAB 3 | 0.45


Deputy Equal Opportunities Officers

Lichtenstein Dennis Dr phil
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1335
Fax:+49 7541 6009-1399
Room:FAB 3 | 2.67


Staudinger, Katrin Mag phil
Examination Center
Phone:+49 7541 6009-2014
Fax:+49 7541 6009-2019
Room:FAB 3 | 0.51


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Frauenwirtschaftstage
18. - 20.10.2018
Schwerpunktthema 2018: Digitale Zukunft mit Frauen gestalten

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Inge Bell | Vortrag & Podiumsdiskussion
12.10.2018 | 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr
Friedrichshafen | ZF Campus, Blackbox 1.09
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