Too often we students experience that the rise of right-wing populism as well as racism, of conspiracy theories, of sexism and antifeminism have become commonplace. The Department of Political Education and Intersectionality works against these developments and for an open, colorful and inclusive university.

Gender, cultural background, language, age, disability, chronic illness, sexual orientation, religion, lifestyle, family situation and social origin must not lead to disadvantages at the university or in society. Therefore, the department works closely with the autonomous departments of different status groups. In addition, the representatives initiate projects and events that are intended to promote political education as well as critical thinking among students. 

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