Confidential advice

Problem at work: where to go for help?

In the first instance talk to your direct supervisor or superior.

If this is difficult, there are other places you can turn to:

- If you are a PhD student, talk to the Graduate School Coordinator confidentially.

- All GIUZ members can talk to one of our Confidential Advice Team.
Tasks (PDF, 140 KB)
Yvonne Scheidegger-Jung
Gary Seitz
Ilja van Meerveld

- If you need help resolving an issue with a superior, then the Head of Department is your point of contact.

- The University provides an Employee Assistance Office (MBS), who can give you confidential, independent advice.

- The Faculty of Science has an Ombudsperson ("Person of trust") who you can consult.

Further information for doctoral students

Zurich Graduate School in Geography/Earth System Science: Help & Advice

GIUZ Statement of Professional Ethics

The Department of Geography strives to provide an equal and inclusive learning, working, and living environment and recognizes that this involves a variety of ethical considerations.
Endorsed by Departmental Assembly (Institutsversammlung) on 7 May 2020.
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UZH Gender Equality and Diversity

The University of Zurich is committed to the active and systematic promotion of diversity and prevention of discrimination.

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