Discrimination can affect everyone. If you are also affected by discrimination, regardless of which form, come to us.
What do we provide?
We provide peer-to-peer counselling, i.e. counselling among students. You can come and talk to us about your experiences – without any obligation from your side. We can then think about concrete steps together, on how to deal with that situation in your best interest, and how we can support you.
For example: engaging with others who are affected, writing letters of complaint, or providing company to meet with a legal adviser.
If necessary, we will look for further consultation and/or consultation centers together. For us, it is very important that you decide how and to what extent we get engaged. The perspective of those affected is the most important to us.
How we work:
- Biased and Confidential
- Independently and Solidarily
- Empowering (individual and collective self-empowerment)
- Free of charge
- Horizontal/multidimensional (across target groups and characteristics)
- Contextualized (we look at individual experiences of discrimination in a structural context)