Diversity news at the Luxembourg

Launch of the book "Expat Profile Snapchots"

The AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce) will launch its book "Expat Profile Snapshots" on February 4, 2019 at the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in the presence of HE Minister of the Family, Integration and of the Great region, Corinne Cahen.

The “Expat Profile Snapshots” interviews are presented to put a human face on individual expats explaining who they are, what they think about Luxembourg, their aspirations, why they are here and what contributions they have or will make to Luxembourg. In this book, 17 interviews of third country nationals have been assembled. The aim was to bridge the gap between newcomers and long-term Luxembourg residents to make connections between them, supporting integration and inclusion.

The event will begin at 18.30. It will be followed by a networking cocktail where all participants will receive a copy of the book. The event is free, but registration is mandatory.

Pre-event Q & A (5 to 6 pm)                                                                                                               The AMCHAM Tools4lux Committee and other experts in relocation, professional integration, language learning and will be available before the event, between 5 and 6pm, for all persons with questions and interest in this topic. 

This initiative is supported by the “Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund” (AMIF) and the Luxembourg Reception and Integration Agency (OLAI) / Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Region.

Diversity Day Preparation Workshop 2019

For its 5th edition, the Lëtzebuerg Diversity Charter is coordinating the Diversity Day 2019 once again and calls upon every interested organisation to participate in this national day of diversity.

 

In order to inspire you and to give you possible actions to implement, we kindly invite you to participate in this Diversity Day preparation workshop that will combine testimonies from participating companies and a brainstorm session: the exact program will be detailed shortly.

 

During the workshop an action toolkit, including actions from the previous years, will be handed out to you in French and/or in English and you will have the opportunity to exchange your ideas with the remaining participants as well as elaborating on potential common actions.

 

When? 25 February from 12pm to 2pm

Where? State Street (49, avenue J.-F Kennedy, L-1855 Luxembourg)

For whom? Every organisation interested in participating in the Diversity Day 2019

Program: The program is coming.

 

The event will be held in French. Do not wait to register, places are limited.

 

"We inform all participants that they are likely to figure in some pictures taken during IMS' events. These pictures are destined to be published in written and online media edited by IMS Luxembourg. »

 

Diversity Awards: Applications are open!

Does your organisation have any innovative good practice on diversity management that has proven to be effective? Would you like to make the practice visible and to contribute to the development of diversity in Luxembourg?

Well do not hesitate, apply (until the 4th March) and try to win a Diversity Award that will reward the best practices in terms of diversity management in the following categories:

  1. Recruitment, Welcome and Integration
  2. Career Management
  3. Wellbeing and working conditions
  4. Communication and Organisation's Values

The Diversity Awards ceremony will take place on May 15th 2019.

Applications can be downloaded here in French and here in English.

 

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