Women's funding plan 2022-23
News from Apr 21, 2022
In the winter semester 2021/2022, all status groups of the Institute for East European Studies, under the leadership of the decentralized women's representative Anja Locascio, have once again dedicated themselves to the question of how working, research and study conditions for women at the Institute can be improved. For the second time, our staff member, Julia Zimmermann, has very successfully campaigned for the improvement of the training and research conditions of female academic staff at the Institute for East European Studies. Her main concern in this round was also to ensure equal doctoral conditions and how these can accommodate different family contexts. The current work, valid for 2022 and 2023, can be viewed here.