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The concept of personality infringement refers to circumstances in which you find yourself in daily conflicts in your workplace or your learning environment, and in which you do not feel respected or listened to.
The Swiss Civil Code provides, in article 28 and in subsequent articles, a means of protecting one’s personality rights. These measures consist of legal actions as remedies to any infringements on one’s personality rights. These rights include, amongst others, the respect of one’s privacy, of their physical integrity, of their honour, of their freedom of movement, the protection of their name and their personal data, etc.
The University has the obligation to protect its members against all personality infringements, especially against mobbing and all kinds of harassment (CO art.328 et Loi fédérale sur le travail, art. 6 al. 1).
The University has zero tolerance for any form of abuse on the personality and dignity of others.
The University guarantees a respectful study and work environment for each and everyone.
It has been running a campaign against sexual harassment and sexism since October 2020.