Gender Equality & Equal Opportunities
"Lund University aims to be one of the very best European universities. In order to achieve that goal, the knowledge and ambitions of staff and students must be harnessed, and their different perspectives must be allowed to contribute to a creative environment for study, teaching and research. Gender equality, equal opportunities and diversity lead to improved quality in the University’s operations.
The University’s operations, founded on the strategic plan and the Discrimination Act, build on equality between the sexes, equal opportunities and diversity. This means that employees, students and those who apply for jobs or study at Lund University are treated and judged without irrelevant consideration to gender, transgender identity, ethnic origin, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation or age."
Efforts at the department
At the Department of Political Science a working group acts to ensure that all staff and students are guaranteed the right to a work and study environment where each individual's personal integrity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability and age is respected.
The group represents the department's various positions, professions and students and meets regularly to discuss how the efforts concerning gender, equality and diversity can be developed and improved.
Contact: Björn Badersten, Deputy Head of Department
Learn more about Gender Equality, Equal Opportunities and Diversity at Lund University:
The GED-group at the Department of Political Science
For questions on gender equality, equal opportunities and diversity.
- Daniel Alfons, Deputy Director of Studies
- Björn Badersten, Senior Lecturer, Head of Department (convener)
- Annika Bergman Rosamond, Senior Lecturer
- Kurtis Boyer, Doctoral Student
- Marina Fransson, Student representative (marina [dot] l [dot] fransson [at] gmail [dot] com)
- Sara Kalm, Senior Lecturer
- Annica Kronsell, Professor
- Helena Wegend Lindberg, Doctoral Student
- Ted Svensson, Senior Lecturer