Workplace Pride, Open for Business and The Other Foundation have co-created the Civil Society Business Toolkit. The three organisations developed the Civil Society Business Toolkit to provide CSOs with a guide on how to interact with businesses more effectively and productively. It focuses specifically on empowering LGBTIQ+ CSOs,…

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‘Historic’, ‘milestone event’ and ‘groundbreaking for the region’ were some of the terms used to describe the “DUBAI: A Vision for Diversity and Workplace Inclusion” conference which took place on Thursday, March 31st. This well-attended event was organised by Workplace Pride Foundation and hosted by Baker McKenzie. Participants were primarily…

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3 March 2022 Workplace Pride strongly condemns the attacks on Ukraine and the damage and devastation to its society at large.In recent years the Foundation has worked closely with local LGBTIQ+ organisations in Ukraine. The already challenging circumstances of our community in the region are increasingly getting worse due to…

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12 January 2022 Dear Workplace Pride members and friends, First of all, let me wish you all a great start to the new year.  2021 was a huge challenge for most of us with uncertainty surrounding the pandemic impacting every element of our lives and work. Despite this, Workplace Pride was…

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16 December 2021 Workplace Pride began 2021 by expanding our LGBTI acronym to LGBTIQ+ to embolden inclusion. To explore this and especially dig deeper around the “Q+” part, Workplace Pride held a webinar with Ali Buck of the Young@Workplace Pride program, Fred Benedosso from ASML, and Joel Bedos of IDAHOT and…

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15 November 2021 Press release courtesy of KLM KLM signed Workplace Pride’s Declaration of Amsterdam on Friday, 12 November. With the signing of this document, KLM commits to developing a working environment where openness and equality are fundamental and where there is an explicit awareness of diversity, inclusion and the…

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Inspiration through solid leadership and acknowledging true LGBTIQ+ leaders 2021 has seen a pandemic-weary world slowly re-open and it’s clear that things have changed. Last year saw cultures and societies straining under the pressure. Yet, despite all the obstacles, people soldiered on while leading the way for broader inclusion for…

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