To resolve conflicts in the workplace, students and academic staff may contact the conflict officers. Their aim is to listen to concerns and provide advice to those affected, as well as help with conflict resolution.
Conflict resolution officer for students
Anti-discrimination and conflict officers advise and support students who — at the hands of another LMU community member — have experienced a violation of their personal rights, in particular due to discriminatory behavior on the grounds of race or ethnic origin, gender, religion or beliefs, disability, age, or sexual identity.
Prof. Dr. Markus Maier
Phone: +49 89 2180-5214
Dr. Katharina Kugler
Phone: +49 89 2180-5239
Officer for conflict prevention and resolution among academic staff
Conflict officers advise and support people who feel that their personal rights have been violated, in particular due to exploitation within a dependent academic relationship at LMU
LMU staff council
LMU employees can contact the Staff Council as their elected representative body for support and advice. In accordance with Art. 69 Para. 1c BayPVG, the council receives suggestions and complaints from employees and works to ensure that they are solved.
LMU Staff Council
For more information, please visit LMU Staff Council