Diversity news at the Luxembourg

Welcome to the 17 new signatories!

 It is with pleasure that the Committee for the Diversity Charter welcomed 17 new organizations as signatories of this national charter, during the official signing session on Thursday 17 May 2018, at BGL BNP Paribas.

 

The ceremony was opened by the Minister of Family and Integration and patron of the Diversity Charter Corinne Cahen, and followed by a keynote speech of Michael Stuber on Diversity management in the digital era.

 

The new signatories:

  • Altran Luxembourg        
  • Bourse de Luxembourg
  • Cabinet Becker & Associés
  • CGI
  • Commune de Sanem
  • Creche Barbara
  • DLA Piper
  • Ecole Internationale de Differdange             
  • Encevo S.A
  • European Investment Bank
  • Franklin Templeton
  • Institut National d'Administration Publique
  • Liberal Jewish Community of Luxembourg
  • Respect.lu
  • shime
  • Tarkett GDL S.A
  • Willis Tower Watson

The photos will be available shortly.

Official visits for the Diversity Day!

D-2 for the Diversity Day: What will be the itinerary of the official visits? Discover below the tour of the Minister of the Family and Integration, as well as patronof the Diversity Charter, Corinne Cahen.

The Minister will first visit Post Luxembourg on May 15 for a diversity breakfast.

Then on May 17, she will begin the visits with a visit to State Street for the launch of an inter-company LGBT & Allies network for IDAHOT.

 

She will then go to the International school of Differdange and Esch-sur-Alzette for a diversity rally, where the students will be informed and sensitized on the different aspects of diversity. At Deloitte she will celebrate cultural diversity with an international buffet and at ING she will participate in an improvisation show about the importance of giving feedback while taking diversity into account. 

 

In the afternoon the official visits will end with a visit to elisabeth with an opening speech to a multimedia presentation on the theme of different religions, festivals and customs.

 

At 6 pm, she will close the Diversity Day with the 8th official signing session, where the new signatories will be welcomed.

"Recruiting without discriminating - a small guide for employees"

The CET (Center for Equal Treatment) has recently published its new brochure "Recruiting without discriminating". This is a practical guide for employees, produced in collaboration with the Chambre des salariés Luxembourg.

 

 

To download the guide click here.

 

 

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