Diversity news at the Luxembourg

I can vote!


In the context of a campaign of the Ministry of Family, Integration and for the Great Region regarding council elections next 8th October, information sessions are organised. Led by OLAI (Office luxembourgeois de l’accueil et de l’intégration), these sessions will allow the foreign residents to discover awareness and information tools before registering as voters.



Sessions are planned at the Ministry of Family (12-14 avenue Emile Reuter, Luxembourg):

  • Monday 23rd January at 8pm in French
  • Tuesday 24th January at 8pm in English
  • Tuesday 31st January at 8pm in French

To participate to one of these sessions, please register by email

Exhibition: Women in Science and Engineering


The College of Mayors and Aldermen of the City of Luxembourg, the National Research Fund and the Luxembourg Young Scientifist Foundation organise together:

The exhibition WiSE Women

Whether they are biologists, economists, or even engineers, seven women will present their scientific projects and professional careers during the exhibition preview on Friday 20th January, at 7pm, at the Cité Bibliothèque of the City of Luxembourg.

The exhibition WiSE Women will be displayed until the 11th February included (from Tuesday to Friday, from 10am to 7pm, and Satudays, from 10am to 6pm, 3 rue Genistre, L-1623 Luxembourg).

International Migrants Day: overcoming prejudices



On 18 December we have celebrated the International Migrants Day to mark the adoption of the international Convention on the protection of migrant workers’ rights as well as their family members. This international day is the opportunity to raise awareness on the different benefits migrants bring at the economic, social but also cultural level across the world.



Migration vers l’emploi: a new project to discover

IMS Luxembourg takes this occasion to present you, through the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg, its new project Migration vers l’emploi. Since employers in Luxembourg seem to have very little information on the employment and integration of third country nationals, this project aims at guiding them in through a practical guide.


Do you want to know what this project will bring? Then do not hesitate to click here.

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