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Equal opportunities and equal treatment

Everyone at CEC is to be treated equally with regard to working conditions, opportunities for development, salary and daily treatment, regardless of gender, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief system, disability, sexual orientation or age. The long term aim is to increase the quality of education, research and the work environment.

The Lund University’s focus areas are

  1. Discrimination
  2. Equal opportunities*
  3. Recruitment and promotion
  4. Leadership
  5. Salaries and terms of employment
  6. Gender perspectives and intersectional perspectives (how various forms of discriminating power structures collaborate in a society, e.g. gender and ethnicity).

*Lund University’s equal opportunities policy for students covers dissemination of information

Page Manager:

The CEC Equal opportunities and equal treatment Committee

Yann Clough, convener, the management team and teacher representative

Helena Hansson, researcher and postdoc representative, member of the Faculty of Science's Gender Equality and Equal Treatment Committee

Lina Nikoleris, administrative staff representative

Åsa-Katrin Erlandsson, health and safety representative

Wilhelm May, deputy health and safety representative

Jasmine Livingston, PhD student representative

Sara Winterfeldt, student representative (appointed by MYS)

Contact person at the Faculty of Science
Ragnhild Möller, +46 46 222 94 58
Ragnhild [dot] Moller [at] science [dot] lu [dot] se


About gender equality and equal opportunities at Lund University

Lund Science Student Council LUNA:

Lund Doctoral Student Union:

The Student Ombudsman office:

Equality Ombudsman (DO)


Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, CEC

Sölvegatan 37
223 62 Lund, Sweden

Visiting address
The Ecology building, Sölvegatan 37, Lund