As a possible first point of contact, the Commission for Equal Opportunities and Diversity offers advice for students, teachers and employees of the university in cases of discrimination and disadvantage – or on questions about how equal opportunities can be guaranteed for everyone.
We treat all topics confidentially, provided there is no criminal offense and no one needs acute protection.
There is the option of anonymous advice, for example after contacting us using a specially set up, anonymized e-mail address.
Attention: We cannot offer legally secure advice. There is the possibility of advice in external contact points, e.g. the anti-discrimination association S-H or the anti-discrimination office of the state.
Our contact details:
Katharina Jesdinsky (Equal Opportunities Officer): email@example.com
Dr. Kerstin Mayer (Deputy Equal Opportunities Officer): firstname.lastname@example.org
Marina Röh (diversity officer): email@example.com
Josepha Möller (Student Representation of the GK): firstname.lastname@example.org
Flora Wedel (Student Representation of the GK): email@example.com
Compensation for disadvantages
For students with disabilities or chronic illnesses there is the possibility of a disadvantage compensation.
Please contact the head of the Department for Student and Academic Affairs, Silvia Rosenberger: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find more information here: https://www.studentenwerke.de/de/content/nachteilsausgleich-fragesverfahren-und-nachweise
Studying with children
If you have any questions or problems about studying during pregnancy and with a child, you can contact the Equal Opportunities Commission or the head of the Department for Student and Academic Affairs Silvia Rosenberger: email@example.com
We look forward to your participation in our projects and the planning of events! We are always open to collaborations, workshops, lectures and other ideas.
Information on the possibilities can also be found at incom in the following workspaces:
- Equality and diversity in general
- AG Diversity and Anti-Discrimination
Development of an anti-discrimination guideline for the university
Code „Good employment conditions at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule in Kiel“ https://muthesius-kunsthochschule.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/muthesius-_kodex-gutebescha_ftigungsbedingungen19122018.pdf
Events, campaigns and projects
- AG Diversity and Anti-Discrimination
In 2019, the dialogue series “everything is pussyble – female success stories” sparked a lively discourse at the Muthesius Univeresity of Fine Arts and Design. Building on this, a group of different actors from the AStA and the Muthesius Commission for Equal Opportunities and Diversity started with „RESET – let’s talk about diversity“, a series of events that began in 2020 in the Einblick / Ausblick radio and then with (digital) Event formats was continued. As part of this working group, we as a university would like to design our anti-discrimination guidelines together.
- Diversity days at Kiel universities
The Kiel University of Applied Sciences (FH), the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU) and the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design organized eight online events on the occasion of the Diversity Days from May 17-21, 2021, in which researchers and experts on different aspects spoke about diversity and discrimination in higher education.
- Diversity in the university context – Joint series of events organized by the diversity officers of the universities in Kiel
Under the heading “Diversity in the University Context”, the diversity officers Alexa Magsaam (Kiel University of Applied Sciences), Eddi Steinfeldt-Mehrtens (Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel) and Marina Röh (Commission for Equal Opportunities and Diversity of the Muthesius Art Academy) invited to an Online lecture series in the winter semester 2020/21.