Diversity news at the Luxembourg

(Handi)Cap Emploi: Corporate testimonies and presentation of the awareness raising kit

After 3 training sessions for employers and candidates as well as 3 Job Cafés, the (Handi)Cap Emploi project is coming to its end. A closing event, where we are going to distribute a communication kit to raise awareness on the disability topic internally and have companies testify on their experience, will take place on 29 June from 4pm to 6pm at the Atrium Brasserie in Bourmicht.

Speakers:

Introduction: Gaby Wagner, ADEM

Testimonies:

  • Sodexo: The inclusion of a person with a disability within the company
  • BGL BNP Paribas: Cooperating with sheltered workshops, an inclusion factor

Presentation of the communication and awareness raising kit composed of:

  • 3 motion graphics
  • 5 infographics
  • 1 notebook
  • 1 USB stick containing all the supports

 

Please find the detailled programme here.

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I can vote: are you ready for local elections?

590,667 people live in Luxembourg, and 48% are foreigners. On 8th October 2017, by participatingin the local elections, you will directly choose the representatives who will defend your interests for the six years to come. 

 
Register on electoral lists before July 13 if:
 
  • the life of your municipality matters;
  • social cohesion is important to you;
  • you think that foreign voices have to be heard and taken into consideration during the political debate.
 
Find more information on the website www.icanvote.lu.

Religious diversity in the workplace

The European Network Against Racism (ENAR), located in Brussels, published in December 2016 a toolkit related to religious diversity management in the workplace. To implement the concepts and good practices presented in the toolkit, the ENAR organises a training for employers willing to discover more on the topic.

This training will highlight good practices encouraging an open and inclusive workplace, and allow participants to exchange on barriers linked to religious diversity. Finally, this training will give employers notions to manage this kind of diversity in an innovative way.

This program includes a consultation with a trainer to exchange on religious diversity within your organisation and an interactive presentation to implement the toolkit.

Find out more information and the cost of the training here and do not hesitate to contact Sarah Chander for more details.

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