Our anti-discrimination office
The issue of anti-discrimination concerns us all. We are aware that unfortunately sexual, trans- and homophobic, ableist, religious, racist and ethnic discrimination can occur in the university context. In order to make studying successful, the tasks of a student council include not only organizing parties and other events, but also taking responsibility towards students and those affected by such discrimination.
That is why we, as the student council of political science/social studies, have created a separate department for any kind of discrimination.
We would like to be a support for you and encourage you to seek help if you have had to suffer traumatic and discriminatory experiences. We are available as a student council to speak for you, to accompany you, to mediate and to support you. The absolute priority of our two anti-discrimination representatives is the protection and well-being of those affected, ensuring anonymity and absolute discretion.
If you or people around you have experienced discrimination, be it in an (online) seminar, in the hallway of the university or in other university-related events, you can always contact us. We take care of the incident so that those affected are not alone with their situation.
by appointment via mail
All emails sent to this address will only be handled by our anti-discrimination representatives and all incidents will be treated with absolute confidentiality and discretion.
Affected persons can choose who they want to contact.
Further contact addresses of the University of Jena
Contact points of the Studierendenwerk Thüringen
Contact points in Jena and surroundings