It provides information and support for all students, employees and applicants at TU Graz. If you experience discrimination, you can contact members of the working group. You will be given personal, confidential advice - the advice can also be given anonymously.
Members of the working group are not bound by directives and are obliged to maintain professional confidentiality.
In case of discrimination due to a disability all members of TU Graz can contact the TU Graz Representative for People with Disabilities.
Current term of office: 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2021
One of the main tasks of the Working Group is its involvement in the staff recruitment procedure, from job advertisement to hiring.
Sexual harassment, harassment, and bullying are an infringement upon personal rights. The working group provides confidential advice and support.
The members of the Working Group advise and support the Rectorate, the Senate and other organisational units of the university on matters related to equal rights between women and men, as well as the advancement of women.
The Working Group for Equal Opportunities is a collegial body that operates in accordance with the University Act. The members fulfil their functions independently, not bound by directives, and are obliged to maintain professional confidentiality.