Stralsund University of Applied Sciences is committed to provide a learn and work environment free from discrimination. Our anti-discrimination work and services contribute towards an open and tolerant campus culture, one that is characterized by mutual trust and respect.
Diversity, anti-discrimination and equal opportunities are issues relevant in most areas of university life and their realization requires a broad awareness as well as wide participation across all university bodies. The administrative department of anti-discrimination offers advice and support to departments, professors, colleagues and students.
Please note: The anti-discrimination services are out of office until December 5, 2023.
Upcoming office hours:
Fri, December 8, 2023: 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Fri, December 15, 2023: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Individual appointments can be made via phone or e-Mail antidiskriminierung(at)hochschule-stralsund.de.
The support services are confidential. You can remain anonymous if you wish.
Additional information: Anti-discrimination services on our moodle-platform.
If you are affected by structural inequality or if you experience marginalization, stigmatization or harassment on campus that you would like to address, I can offer confidential support based on your personal wishes and needs.
If you are looking for professional advice or feedback, I can offer expertise regarding anti-discrimination, equal opportunities or diversity, and can assist you with ideas on inclusive teaching or administrative services.
The anti-discrimination services can now be easily contacted online by university members using the e-HOST services. Every message will be forwarded anonymously to the anti-discrimination services only. If you wish to receive further support, you can opt to add contact details.
Online Contact Form (via eHOST)
The Anti-discrimination Guidelines of Stralsund University of Applied Sciences are representative of our campus values: Respect, trust and appreciation of each and every person as well as of our collective diversity, and broad- and open-mindedness towards others and the world.
Information on the anti-discrimination services and anti-discrimination guidelines are also available on Moodle.
- Half-day workshop "Sexism in University Contexts" (November 22, 2023)
- Afternoon conference: "New Work, New World - Prospects for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Within Changing Work and Living Environments" (October 5, 2023)
- Mini-workshop "Antidiscrimination in everyday interactions - options, limits, examples" (September 11, 2023 and September 25 & 27, 2023)
- Mini-workshop "Respect in everyday interactions" (November 13, 2023)
- Town Hall Meeting "A queer HOST?" (May 17, 2023)
Anti-discrimination work aims to bring positive changes on different levels.
On an individual level, anti-discrimination means providing support and counseling services as well as empowering those affected by structural inequality.
On an institutional or organizational level, anti-discrimination aims to realize equal opportunities, secure equal participation and to protect and prevent members from being discriminiated against.
On a societal level, a culture of anti-discrimination can bring about meaningful change in various areas, e.g. law, politics, history or media.
- List of equal opportunity services (German)
- Disability Services (German)
- Family Services (German)
- Gender equality (German)
- Gender Equality Plan (PDF/German)
- Gender sensitive communication (German)
- Ideas and options for conflict solutions (PDF/German)
- Career mentoring program for women "KarriereStartMentoring" (German)