March 8 is International Women's Day. The motto of this day at TU Braunschweig's Equal Opportunity Office is "Action and Information”.
On this page we provide a collection of special offers. It contains information, news and references to events especially aimed at women. Have a look - we appreciate your interest!
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International Women's Day was established in Copenhagen in 1910 and then celebrated for the first time in 1911. Since then on this day, attention is drawn to women's rights and gender equality worldwide. Topics are the social situation of women and their right to equal rights and equal participation - this is what women actively demand.
Let us remain in solidarity!
Official homepage of the International Women's Day
Under Pressure - Women care more?! Digital coffee break on International Women's Day
Tuesday, 08.03.2022, 10-11 a.m., online
Children, care, job, studies and more - How to find my way?
Both the current study situation and the consulting experience in the family office show that women still have to do the main part within care work. Our coffee break will not only focus on care work in the sense of caring for and raising children, caring for relatives and doing household chores. The worries that can arise from the responsibility for family and job or studies should also be considered. We would like to discuss this "mental load" with the participants.
After a short input from the family office team, we would like to give all participants the opportunity to exchange ideas, share experiences or simply listen in a confidential setting.
We ask for a short registration in advance by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The link to the digital coffee break (BigBlueButton) will be sent to all participants after registration.
Virtual Student Café: Special for International Women's Day 2022
Friday, 11.03.2022, 4-5 p.m., online.
The Family Office Input and exchange on study & care tasks
This date is reserved for female students who are pregnant, who already have one or more children, who are caring for relatives, who take care of them besides their studies or who are registered as caregivers. In a confidential setting, we want to give all participants the opportunity to exchange ideas, share their experiences or just listen. There will be a short input on the topic of mental load at the beginning and some suggestions on how to organize everyday life.