Campaign with training concept for more safety in nightlife in Baden-Württemberg. The nachtsam campaign makes partying more fun by increasing safety with trained staff. Nightlife together.
That works when you have less to worry about. To ensure that the good feeling prevails, we advise, support and train nightlife staff. Our vision: 100% trained establishments in Baden-Württemberg.
Further information can be found here.
Campus campaign at Heidelberg University: "Heidelberg University - living respect, promoting diversity, shaping togetherness"
As part of the Baden-Württemberg-wide campaign "zieh einen Schlussstrich" (draw a line under it), Heidelberg University is sending a clear signal for respectful and cooperative interaction and against sexual harassment, bullying, stalking and discrimination.
In August, the resolution was passed at the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts and signed by representatives of all university departments and the Minister of Science, Theresia Bauer.
In spring 2021, the campus campaign "Heidelberg University - Living Respect, Promoting Diversity, Shaping Cooperation" will be launched with its own website and an ideas competition for students. In addition, academics will speak and discuss the campaign's topics at a digitally accessible launch event in February. A university-wide survey, a lecture on cyberbullying and a leadership training in May are also dedicated to the topic. In summer 2021, the campaign will end with the publication of an online tutorial. You can find the online tutorial here.
The entire campaign programme can be found here.
For more information, please visit the central website of Heidelberg University.
University-wide survey on discrimination, sexual harassment, bullying and stalking
The university-wide survey, which is aimed at all students and employees of Heidelberg University, has been carried out. Experiences of (sexual) harassment, bullying, stalking and discrimination are the central topics of the survey. The survey aims to identify definitions and measures as well as information from Heidelberg University on the topic and to record any existing areas of fear. The report on the evaluation of the survey can be found here.
On International Women's Day, 8 March 2021, we will show you (digitally) the documentary film "PICTURE A SCIENTIST - Women of Science". In the film, a biologist, a chemist and a geologist tackle the questions "Who actually does science?" "And why is it still "the scientist" in our minds?" and take the audience on a journey through the experiences of their academic careers. In the process, they are exposed to discrimination from the very beginning and they have to fight a constant battle for recognition, respect and equality.
The film will be followed by a discussion. Dr. Annika Guse (Biosciences, COS), Dr. Christiane Opitz (Neurosciences, DKFZ) and Professor Christiane Schwieren (Economics, Equal Opportunities Officer of the University) will participate as moderators.
Date: Monday 8 March 2021, 19.00-20.30 pm Film screening, 20.30-21.30 pm Discussion session.
Another lecture as part of the campus campaign deals with the topic of "Dealing professionally with harassment, bullying & stalking" and will take place as a webinar at HeiConf. It will explain which preventive measures already exist at the university, how (especially supervisors) should behave in concrete cases and which contact points and possibilities for action exist. In addition to the presentations by Charlotte von Knobelsdorff and Agnes Speck from the Equal Opportunities Office of Heidelberg University, the victim protection coordinator of Heidelberg Police Tanja Kramper will report on her practical experiences. The event is primarily aimed at people with staff or teaching responsibilities as well as persons of trust.
Date: Thursday 06.05.2021, 10:00-12:00 am
Discrimination. A discussion from an ethnological and economic perspective.
At the kick-off of the campus campaign "Heidelberg University - living respect, promoting diversity, shaping togetherness", young female academics had their say: Sabine Mohamed, PhD student at the Institute of Ethnology, Heidelberg University and Dr. Katharina Mader, Professor at the Department of Economics, Institute for Heterodox Economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business discussed the topic. They presented their current research results from their respective disciplines on the topic of discrimination.
Time: Wednesday 11.01.2021, 17:00-18:00 pm
The whole event was recorded, here you have the possibility to watch the event on video in case you could not be there.