Declaration of Amsterdam

Launched in 2011, the Declaration has proven to be a useful tool for employers and civil society organizations that are striving to create more inclusive working environments for LGBTIQ+ people around the world. The Declaration promotes:

  • Inclusive corporate cultures where LGBTIQ+ employees feel valued, can be their authentic selves and realize their full potential
  • Working environments for LGBTIQ+ people that go beyond minimum legal requirements of equality
  • Active leadership from straight [heterosexual] allies and LGBTIQ+ role models who visibly support LGBTIQ+-inclusive workplaces
  • Dedicated, declared, and active collaboration between employers and LGBTIQ+ employees to realize mutually beneficial  improvements

Updated Declaration of Amsterdam (2021)

Original Declaration of Amsterdam


Declaration of Amsterdam Available in Foreign Languages

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The Organisations which have signed the Declaration of Amsterdam