Gender Statement

Confused by the way we talk?

Our counterpart is important to us. We show this not only with our actions, but also with our language. For us, this means in concrete terms: We want to make our website as gender-neutral as possible. We therefore try to use as many gender-neutral terms as possible. If we don't succeed in this - the German language is known to have some pitfalls - we use the male or female form in a random way. By this we always mean all genders, no matter if male, female, in between or neither: the main thing is human. In some places we have also decided to use a gender-neutral spelling with a colon (e.g. Teilnehmer:in). If there are any expressions on our website that are not correct or are perceived as discriminatory, we would be happy to hear from you. Ideally accompanied by a suitable suggestion for improvement.