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14 February 2017
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Teaching is concentrated in the faculties and schools, and the departments deal with research, which is also conducted by institutes and chairs, at the same time responsible for knowledge promotion.
Law 11/2014, of 10 October, to guarantee the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersexual people and to eradicate homophobia, biphobia and transphobia; to establish a clear mandate for universities so that they include cross-cutting protection, support and research measures to raise the profile of LGBTI people and awareness raising and non-discrimination measures. Article 13 focuses specifically on the universities, but these are also referred to throughout the text on several occasions when other areas of intervention are mentioned (see point 3 for a collection of the articles of the Law relevant to universities).
This Guide is designed to provide all the stakeholders of the university administration with tools to implement actions to comply with the provisions of the Law.
The following user manual is based on the standards established by the EU Directive 2012/29 on the Rights of Victims and is the result of the experience of experts from several European countries collaborating with institutions and organisations to ensure the best implementation of that Directive and to protect the rights of LGTB persons in their countries.
This guide presents a series of tools collected from the research carried out in six small and medium-sized European cities (Charleroi, Girona, Nottingham, Sabadell, Tessalonica and Breslau). You will find, among other things, not just ways to fight against LGBTI-phobia but also affinity spaces and socialisation places.
Some advice is also given and you will discover how to assess your rights and address any violation of them.
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