Diversity in our society shapes the way people live together in Switzerland. Age, origin or social status can have a significant impact on health and social well-being.
Whether it's about career choices or health protection in the workplace, there is a lot of information available. One important thing is to protect underprivileged groups from discrimination.
One effective step towards integration is to learn a national language. A large number of schools offer language courses, but various non-profit organizations and public institutions also help migrants to learn a local language.
People who are new to Switzerland have many questions about everyday life here. What is life like? How accepting are the locals? Information is available in a variety of languages to help newcomers adapt to life in Switzerland.
Forced marriage also occurs in Switzerland and clearly violates the rights of children and teenagers. Counselling and advice centres provide important support in the prevention of forced marriages.
Migrants and asylum-seekers find it difficult to access the healthcare system. It is important for these people to have the right information about what rules to follow.
Anyone with questions about healthcare in Switzerland will find answers here. There are many documents tailored to different target groups. Everything is available in several languages to reach as many people as possible.