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Wichtige Dokumente zum Diskriminierungsschutz an der MLU

On this page you will find important documents regarding discrimination protection and diversity management at the University of Halle. In the following you will find internal university documents as well as external documents.

MLU Diversity Statement

MLU Diversity Statement

In its official Diversity Statement, Halle University is committed to promoting diversity and protecting against discrimination. The statement was adopted by the Academic Senate in its meeting on 14.04.2021.

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Dienstvereinbarung Mobbing

MLU Service agreement mobbing

The Service Agreement on Bullying dated 12.11.2020 regulates the procedures, rights and obligations for protection against bullying in the workplace.

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Leitbild Gleichstellung

MLU Mission Statement Equal Opportunity

Mission statement of the equal opportunity strategies of the University of Halle to establish gender equality and family friendliness.

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Antidiskriminierungsrichtlinie

MLU Antidiscrimination Policy

The University Policy on Protection against Discrimination, (Sexual) Harassment and Violence has been in force since October 2015 and regulates the procedures, rights and obligations for protection against discrimination, (sexual) harassment and violence.

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Verwaltungsverfahren studentisches Fehlverhalten

MLU Administrative procedure student misconduct

The University Regulations on Administrative Procedures for Student Violence, Threats, and Sexual Harassment have been in effect since July 11, 2012, and outline the procedures to be followed in cases of student violence, threats, or sexual harassment.

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Hochschulgesetz des Landes-Sachsen-Anhalt    

Higher Education Act of the State of Saxony-Anhalt

The Higher Education Act of the State of Saxony-Anhalt, as amended by the announcement of July 1, 2021, defines in paragraph 3(4) as the task of universities to ensure discrimination-free study and professional or scientific activity and to work within their means to reduce existing disadvantages.

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