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  • The Diversity Charter
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The Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg  is a national commitment text proposed for signature to any organisation in Luxembourg wishing to commit to diversity promotion and management through concrete actions that go beyond legal obligations.


The Charter is supported by seven privileged private and public partners - Deutsche Bank, the Ministry ofgender equality and Diversity, PwC, Linklaters, CACEIS Investor Services Bank, Sodexo and HSBC Luxembourg - as well as IMS Luxembourg, project leader.


Structured around 6 articles, it guides organisations in the implementation of practices that promote cohesion and social equity through networks, workshops and conferences, involving all their employees and partners.


Ninth Charter in the European Union, it is part of the European platform of Diversity Charters, led by the European Commission's DG Justice.


Building on its success with Luxembourg companies, the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg currently has more than 280 signatories (public, private and voluntary sectors), representing 15% of Luxembourg’s payroll.


The Committee for the Diversity Charter


The Committee for the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg is composed of a representative of each of the seven privileged partners. It aims to promote the image of the Charter both at national and international level as well as to guide the overall strategy.




IMS Luxembourg


IMS Luxembourg ensures the daily coordination and promotion of the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg. The non-profit organisation’s mission is to follow-up on signatories as well as partners of the Charter in connection with the stakeholders, to facilitate meetings and diversity events and to manage projects related to the Diversity Charter, such as (Handi)Cap Emploi

Team and Committee

Team

Priscilia Talbot

Priscilia Talbot

Project Manager - Charte de la Diversité Lëtzebuerg

Gabriela Guerrero

Gabriela Guerrero

Project Manager - Charte de la Diversité Lëtzebuerg

Committee

Christian Scharff

Christian Scharff

Independent Director - IMS President

Daniel Zapf

Daniel Zapf

Chief Operating Officer - Deutsche bank

Sarah Baubion

Sarah Baubion

HR Manager - Linklaters

Laure Amoyel

Laure Amoyel

Responsable de Division - Ministry of Gender Equality and Diversity

Yves Turi

Yves Turi

Senior Business Analyst - CACEIS Investor Services Bank S.A

Ann de Jonghe

Ann de Jonghe

Director of Human Resources - Sodexo

Annémie Maquil

Annémie Maquil

Human Resources Manager - Ville de Luxembourg

Claude Quintus

Claude Quintus

Country COO - HSBC Luxembourg

Marc Schernberg

Marc Schernberg

DEI leader and Audit Partner - PwC Luxembourg



ARTICLE 1

Raise awareness, train and involve the decision-makers and partners to the challenges of diversity as a source of enrichment, innovation, progress and social cohesion.


ARTICLE 2

Define a diversity policy and implement practices and action plans that consciously integrate the management of individual differences.


ARTICLE 3

Apply the principles ofequal opportunities and promotion of diversity in the company's decision-making and management processes as well as in the management of its human resources.


ARTICLE 4

Evaluate these practices, their results and their effects regularly.


ARTICLE 5

Communicate to all the company stakeholders the commitments made and the concrete results of the implemented actions.


ARTICLE 6

Encourage all of its partners to also work in favour ofnon-discrimination and the promotion of diversity.



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