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New Blog Post on the "Day of Women and Girls in Science"

Next Sunday is "Women and Girls in Science Day". A good reason to take a look at the actual situation of women at the University of Erfurt.

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"Weltoffenes Thüringen" – University of Erfurt is part of it!

The University of Erfurt supports the "Weltoffenes Thüringen" initiative. The Senate voted in favour of this at its February meeting.

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"Orange the World" Campaign – University of Erfurt Takes Part!

Violence – whether physical or psychological – is still part of everyday life for women all over the world. From 25 November to 10 December, Human Rights Day, a worldwide campaign is drawing attention to this. Alongside numerous other institutions,…

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Erfurt University Library Presents "Gefesselte Blicke"

From 24 November 2023 to 04 February 2024, the Erfurt University Library presents an exhibition of posters from the early days of cinema entitled "Gefesselte Blicke" ("Captivated Glances"). The 14 originals and 25 facsimiles take a look at gender…

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"Family Pictures" in the Hilgenfeld Campus Café

"Family Pictures" is the title of a new exhibition in the Hilgenfeld campus café, which opens on Friday, 24 November, at 4 pm. It will then be on display until 5 January. The photo exhibition is a joint project of the AWO – Integrated Family…

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Travelling exhibition at the University of Erfurt: "Flucht, Migration & Behinderung"

The subject area "Special and Social Education" at the University of Erfurt is showing the travelling exhibition ""Flucht, Migration & Behinderung" (Escape, Migration & Disability) in the foyer of the Centre for Communication and Information (KIZ) on…

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PRIZE CALL "Diversity meets Science" of the Thuringian Competence Network Equality 2023

Award of the Thuringian Competence Network for Gender Equality for theses with gender and diversity perspectives with the € 2,000 prize "Diversity meets Science".

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New study on prostitution in Germany

A new study, now published under the title "Sexkauf" (Buying Sex), concludes that the German regulations for the prostitution trade are not compatible with the Basic Law. One of the authors is Elke Mack, Professor of Christian Social Science and…

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