Student survey: Equal Opportunities at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research
This survey is based on the recently adopted Equality Plan of the Department (currently only available in Swedish, at: http://pcr.uu.se/about/lika_villkor/?languageId=3; for questions, please contact the Equality Officers). The survey is conducted by the Equality Committee at the Department.

As a part of the equality work at the Department it is important to gain insights about the students' experiences with these issues and we thank you for being willing to participate. The questions are based on the Swedish Discrimination Act (2014:958) in it's most recently updated version, in force since January 1, 2017. The law covers multiple grounds of discrimination. These include gender, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation, and age.

The survey is anonymous.

Because the survey is anonymous, it is not intended for reporting of potential problems regarding discrimination. If you feel that you or someone else is being discriminated against, we encourage you to reach out to the director of studies, head of department, och equality officer at the Department.

Thank you for taking the time to answer the survey!

1) Which of the following best describes you?
2) How many semesters have you studied at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research?
Your answer
To what extent do you agree with the following statements?
3) In general, students are met with respect by OTHER STUDENTS at the department.
Disagree completly
Agree completely
4) In general, students are met with respect by ALL EMPLOYEES at the department.
Disagree completely
Agree completely
5) I believe the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies is easily accessible, when it comes to the following:
Disagree completely
Disagree
Agree
Agree completely
classrooms
common areas
offices
bathrooms
6) Students of different genders are recognized and treated equally at the department.
Disagree completely
Agree completely
Comments:
Your answer
7) The lectures are inclusive and easy to participate in.
Disagree completely
Agree completely
8) The seminars are inclusive and easy to participate in.
Disagree completely
Agree completely
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