Upcoming Events Promoting Gender Equality and Diversity at the Universities of Bonn and Cologne

University of Bonn:

Workshop Discussions

A total of six workshop discussions will take place as part of the project. They are aimed at all students, teachers, researchers and employees of the University of Bonn. They will take place in the form of moderated World Cafés and address the diversity dimensions of inclusion, educational equity, protection from discrimination, gender equality and family friendliness. The workshop discussions are intended to provide an opportunity to discuss different perspectives, needs and ideas. These will be collected and incorporated in the planning of new projects and in future strategic considerations:

Workshop discussion Educational Equity
15th of November 2023, 4 – 7 p.m.; Haus der Vielfalt, Brüdergasse 16-18, 53111 Bonn

Workshop discussion Gender Equality
15th of January 2024, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.; Digitalhub.de, Am Hauptbahnhof 6, 53111 Bonn

Workshop discussion Protection from Discrimination

22nd of January 2024, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.; Digitalhub.de, Am Hauptbahnhof 6, 53111 Bonn

For more information, see: https://www.chancengerechtigkeit.uni-bonn.de/en/newsandevents/funding-initiative-hrk/workshop-discussions?set_language=en

To register for one or more workshop discussions, follow this link: https://www.chancengerechtigkeit.uni-bonn.de/de/formulare/anmeldeformular-werkstattgespraeche.

University of Cologne:
11th Gender Forum 27.11.2023

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On 11 November 2023, the Prorector for Academic Careers and Equal Opportunities, the Central Equal Opportunities Officer and the Gender & Diversity Management Department invite you to the 11th GenderForum of the University of Cologne.


13:00 Welcome, review, outlook (Stephan M. Schröder, Annelene Gäckle)

13:30 Keynote lecture “Intersektionale Gleichstellungsarbeit  – eine Einführung” (Gabi Rosentreich, Berlin)

14:00 Intersectional gender equality projects: Practical examples at the University of Cologne

14:30 Presentation of the Jenny Gusyk Equality Awards

from 15:15 Welcome with drinks and snacks

The GenderForum 2023 will take place as an attendance event in the conference room of the New Seminar Building.
(There will be a sign language interpretation)

Click here for registration and for more information.

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