Structural Racism in Science
Lecture and Discussion
Racism is still a structural part of our society and ubiquitous in our everyday lives.
To this day, racism is also at work where you might least suspect it: in science and research.
This lecture highlights the causes abd manifestations of individual, institutional and structural racism in everyday life and in workplace, especially in educational and research institutes. The lecture also shows the possibilities we have as community, as individuals and as a research institute to counter the different forms of racism.
Nursemin Sönmez is a systemic organizational consultant and diversity trainer. She brings many years of exoperience in working with universities, political foundations and educational institutions. Her presentation is intended to promote a stronger exchange and structural implementation of a discrimination-free environment in research institutions.
The lecture and discussion will be held in both German and English.