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The Specialist Unit for Diversity of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts coordinates projects and events and provides a range of services.
The contact point offers help to those affected.
The Kita Campus Crèche association offers access to modern, high-quality and affordable childcare.
This is an annual event during which boys and girls gain insights into career choices.
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts holds an annual Fathers' Day in association with the Mannebüro Luzern.
ITgirls@hslu is an initiative that offers girls insights into the "other" side of IT for three days.
This is a workshop that offers girls the chance to try their hand at technology in all its facets.
This project uses a survey to raise awareness about how we communicate and spotlights ways in which to improve the effectiveness of those communications.
The continuing and executive education courses 'Addressing Cultural Diversity' and 'Addressing Diversity. Principles and Tools' impart diversity skills.
This project seeks to encourage socially aware young men to study social work. It highlights professional prospects as well as continuing education opportunities.
This project raises awareness of the stereotypical role models of children and adults when choosing an instrument.
This series of events addresses diversity and heterogeneity in music.
"Sprache & Bild" is a code of practice for promoting gender equality in word and image.
This flyer summarises measures for safeguarding against sexual harassment at the workplace and during studies.
Das Magazin, the magazine published by the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, reports on the activities of the Diversity Unit.