An important task for the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts is creating a good and safe work environment that all our employees find rewarding and stimulating.
Systematic work environment management is to be a cooperative activity shared by managers, staff and students. Respect and consideration are to apply in all relations, as is a joint assumption of responsibility for the University’s core values, tasks and aims. Within the University there is a zero tolerance policy towards victimisation, harassment and sexual harassment.
Equal opportunities plan
The Equal Opportunities Plan for Lund University covers the period from 2022 to 2027. The plan highlights four overall goals:
- Recruitment processes and career paths are to be free from discrimination
- There is to be a high level of knowledge and understanding of gender equality and equal opportunities in the organisation
- Systematic preventive work against discrimination (SFAD) is to be active and dynamic
- Management of, and preventive work against, victimisation, harassment and sexual harassment are to be professional.
The plan intends to highlight and clarify the University’s ambitions and strategic orientation in gender equality and equal opportunities. The plan is also to meet the requirements set by the government concerning gender mainstreaming, as well as the requirements for a gender equality plan set by the EU Commission for eligibility to apply for grants from Horizon Europe.
Work environment coordinator
Tel: +46 46 222 15 23
e-post: ludvig [dot] buhrman [at] hr [dot] lu [dot] se (ludvig[dot]buhrman[at]hr[dot]lu[dot]se)
Contact your line manager or the HR officer at your organisational unit if you have any questions concerning employment or your organisational unit’s procedures for HR/staff matters.