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All departments, central institutes and central institutions of Freie Universität have a decentralized women's representative and a deputy decentralized women's representative (deputy) who represent the interests of the students and employees.

The decentralized women's representative at university sports is Janine Wegner, your deputy is Franziska Heßmann.

They are the contact persons for university sports members and ZEH employees on issues, problems and issues relevant to equality, such as recruitment issues, gender equality, cases or suspicions of discrimination.

Contact: frauenbeauftragte@hochschulsport.fu-berlin.de | 030 838 53320

Sports courses for women

University sports offer a number of sports courses in a wide variety of sports areas, which are specifically aimed at women as a target group.
Here you can find a list of the current women's sports courses. With a click on the offer you will be forwarded to the course, you can get more information and register directly.

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Women's advancement plan

As a control instrument for gender equality policy, area-related measures are planned every two years in the women's advancement plan, which aim at equality, strengthening gender research, family friendliness and, if necessary, diversity policies.

Planned projects until 2022: 

  •   Childcare / sports parallel to courses
  •    Get-to-know event for international university members
  •    Increase the proportion of female trainers in water sports
  •    Self-assertion & self-defense workshop for female employees
  •    Intercultural learning: "sport & language learning"
  •    Improve communication on sports offers for women
  •    Information event for course instructors on the topic of diversity and gender equitable teaching

Prevention against sexualized discrimination and violence in university sports

We want to raise awareness, provide information, encourage people to look and listen and encourage people to take active action against sexualized discrimination and violence in university sports.

Further information