Equality of Opportunity
The Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture (DI) aims to apply the General Law on Equal Treatment (AGG) and the Saxony Law on Women's Promotion and Empowerment (SächsFFG) and to implement the Requirement for Gender Equality and Equal Treatment as contained in the German Basic Law (Art. 3, Para. 2 GG). In this connection, the DI management team, working together with the Equal Employment Opportunity Representative (EEO Representative) at the Institute, has put together a plan for the promotion of women.
Its goal is to strengthen the role of women in science and scholarship, increase their number in management positions and support them by means of a range of measures for professional development and planning. The Equal Employment Opportunity Representative at the DI assists in realizing these aims and is also the contact person for all questions and issues relating to equal opportunity for women and men. The EEO Representative plays an active role in connection with all measures involving personnel, organization and social matters in so far as they pertain to gender equality, the compatibility of family and profession, protection from sexual harassment on the job and workplace bullying.
The EEO Representative offers advice and consultation regarding topics such as empowerment and promotion of women in the workplace, positive attitudes toward the family and the balance between work and home life, discrimination, sexual harassment and homophobia.
The EEO Representative seeks to promote equal opportunity for women and men at the DI in keeping with the principle of the primacy of qualifications, competence and professional performance. In appointment procedures and support for junior scientific staff, the Equal Employment Opportunity Representative seeks to further justice and fairness in the workplace and to achieve a balance over the long term in the proportion of women and men on staff in all areas of the Simon Dubnow Institute.
Equal Employment Opportunity Representative
Dr. Monika Heinemann
Phone: +49 341 21735-66
Consultation hours by arrangement