Equal Opportunities Office training

Online training

Implicit Bias Awareness in professoral recruitment

Mandatory training on implicit bias in academic recruitment for any member of the academic staff who is called upon to participate in a professoral recruitment committee.

Open courses

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Course organised on request

"Conflits, harcèlements et discriminations : comprendre, prévenir et agir" ? (in French)

This 4-hour training session aims to provide guidelines for understanding sexism and sexual harassment, preventing it and acting appropriately when a situation arises. It allows to identify situations involving sexism and/or sexual harassment, to react appropriately and to prevent these phenomena. It proposes to explore intervention methods by working on practical cases and analyzing them in light of the law. It also provides an opportunity to discover the Help | Unil tool and its resource persons.

The training is led by the Equal Opportunities Office, the Work and Study Climate Protection Officer, a jurist and a person of trust from Help | Unil.


  • To be familiar with the definition and legal framework of sexism and sexual harassment, and to be able to recognize its constituent elements and the different forms of manifestation
  • To be able to identify risky situations in the workplace or at school and react appropriately
  • To know the position, the system and the resources of UNIL (institutional message / Charter and Directive 0.4. / harassment and discrimination prevention system / resources, tools, training) in terms of prevention and management of sexism and sexual harassment


½ day (4h), dates to be planned or according to needs (customized training for a department for example)

Target audience

Any interested person from the UNIL community / can be adapted to a more specific audience (managers, academics or PAT, students, etc.)


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