Workshops & educating
JML is an issue that can be difficult to understand the importance of. Especially if you belong to a privileged majority group. So in order to educate and increase the understanding about JML, we have had during the spring, and will have several workshops and trainings in the autumn with everyone who is involved in Moment. During these workshops, we learn how we can jointly create an open and inclusive environment. We also encourage our partners to internally work on these issues and train the representatives they send to interact with students.
Diversity and equal conditions
All students should be welcome to get involved in Moment, regardless of background. This is done with an open and impartial recruitment process followed by active work to ensure that everyone is seen and heard.
Functional variations of various kinds should not be an obstacle of getting involved in Moment or participating in our various events. For example, we ensure that microphones are in place during lunchtime lectures so that people with possible hearing impairments have the same chance to take part in what is said as others. When choosing halls for our events, we also ensure that there is an opportunity for wheelchairs and similar aids to be brought in. It must also be clear where participants can turn if they have questions about accessibility or special issues.