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Reports (Only in Swedish)
The concept of “discrimination” may in a broad sense comprise events or chains of events that an individual experiences as abusive, disfavourable, racist, unjust, unfair, or similar. However, there are often differences between the legal definitions of “discrimination” and what people may experience as discriminating (http://www.do.se/om-diskriminering/vad-ar-diskriminering/).
Discrimination is a crime, and the Discrimination Act states that it is forbidden to disfavour or harass an individual in the workplace because they belong to any one of the seven groups listed below, or several of the seven grounds for discrimination: sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation and age.
More information about gender, the Discrimination Act, institutions of higher education, and material that is relevant to the concept of discrimination is available at the following links:
The Swedish Secretariet for Gender Research
The Equality Ombudsman
The Swedish National Agency for Education
The Higher Education Authority
The Human Resources Division (HRA) at Linköping University
Documents and policy instruments
LiU has worked actively with gender equality since the 1980s. The university was been awarded a gold medal by the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education on two occasions in recognition of the way it works with these questions. Furthermore, in 2004 LiU adopted a vision to become gender-aware by 2006. Through extensive educational initiatives and the creation of gender lectureships, LiU has taken several steps in the right direction.
The starting point for the integration of a gender perspective into undergraduate education at LiU has been that “Gender shouldn’t matter”. This means that the education is to be permeated by a gender perspective in its planning, execution, and follow up, and that the work to achieve gender-aware teaching is to be characterised by continuity and endurance.
It is the goal that all teaching at LiU is to be carried out in such a manner that both male and female students can feel secure in that they will complete their education, and that the experience, knowledge and values of both men and women are nurtured and made visible.
Links to policy instruments, plans and support documents from the Faculty of Science and Engineering and LiU in the area of gender and equal opportunities are given below:
The faculty folder “Alla skall känna sig välkomna – om genusmedveten undervisning”
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