The Tinbergen Institute aims to provide an internationally leading graduate education and the diversity of student body and teaching staff is one of its defining elements. TI aims to provide a welcoming environment in which all students can develop their full potential, both as a person and as a member of the academic community.  All members of TI, students, staff, and faculty, strive for equal treatment of all, irrespective of ethnicity, nationality, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, and disability. TI actively takes steps to ensure that the diversity of the student body is respected by all members of the institution.

What to do: Trivial cases may best be dealt with through discussion with the people concerned.

In other cases, please contact the Director of Graduate Studies or a member of staff.

Students may also contact the Confidential Counsellors at the universities. Students are advised to contact the counsellor of the university where the person who is showing the undesirable behaviour is employed (staff) or enrolled (student).

Confidential Counsellors at VU Amsterdam
Confidential Counsellors at Erasmus University
Confidential Counsellors at University of Amsterdam