Standards, Guidelines and Quality Assurance for Gender Equality in Academia

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  1. "Family-Friendly Institution at the University of Greifswald" Award 

    Universität Greifswald

    University

    Study conditions, Working conditions

    Visibility, Work / study culture

    Students, Graduates / doctoral researchers, Postdoctoral researchers, (Junior) professors, , Committees, Research staff

    No explicit subject

    Humboldt-Universität Berlin

  2. Lunch Discussion “Research, Family, Work-Life Balance?!” 

    Universität Konstanz

    University

    Family services

    Graduates / doctoral researchers, Postdoctoral researchers, (Junior) professors, , Committees, Research staff

    No explicit subject

  3. Workload Reduction for Committee Activities  innovative model

    FernUniversität in Hagen

    University

    Funding opportunities

    Working conditions

    Awareness

    (Junior) professors

    No explicit subject

  4. Flexible-Location Working 

    Hochschule Mainz

    University of applied sciences

    Working conditions

    Graduates / doctoral researchers, Postdoctoral researchers, , Research staff

    No explicit subject

  5. Active Lunch Break 

    Universität Hamburg

    University

    Family services, Information / guidance

    Awareness

    Students, Graduates / doctoral researchers, Postdoctoral researchers, Research staff

    No explicit subject

    Hochschule für Gesundheit Bochum

  6. Family-Friendly Studying Working Group 

    Universität Bremen

    University

    Study conditions

    Students, Leadership positions, Research staff

    No explicit subject

    Technische Universität Braunschweig
    Freie Universität Berlin

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