The LGBTI+ Workplace Inclusion Day will focus on how to create workplaces where everyone can be themselves. Throughout the day we will present global, high-level corporate and governmental speakers, who will cover all sides of the story from creating supporting structures within organisations to corporate advocacy that can impact LGBTI+ non-friendly legislation.
Registration for the Workplace Inclusion Day has opened, and you can sign up on the link given below! The tickets for the Copenhagen 2021 LGBTI+ Workplace Inclusion Day are sold as an add-on to the Human Rights Conference. This means that you will first have to purchase a ticket for the Human Rights Conference and then buy the additional ticket for the Workplace Inclusion Day.
We of course hope that many companies and corporations will be able to join us physically in Copenhagen, where they will also have the chance to network and participate in our lunch and reception. However, we also understand the impact that COVID19 has had on global business travel. That is why we are offering a digital version of the Workplace Inclusion Day: We want to ensure that companies and corporations that want to work towards more inclusive work environments have the chance to participate in the conference despite insecurities and travel restrictions. The digital version of the conference will include plenary sessions, break-out sessions, and global townhalls in order to make the Workplace Inclusion Day as inclusive and accessible as possible. We are working hard to ensure that these elements will be as interactive as possible so that that participation in the Workplace Inclusion Day remains relevant and engaging even for remote participants.
*The break-out sessions will be organised and delivered by Nordic and international organisations working with inclusion strategies in various contexts. The break-out sessions will therefore feature a broad selection of interactive discussions, case studies, and practical approaches to working with inclusivity in a workplace setting.
|* The town hall sessions are 45-minute live streams focusing on specific regions outside Europe and the situation of workplace inclusion in that region. During these sessions, participants will be able to engage with regions across the globe.|
The Workplace Inclusion Day is executed in close collaboration with executive partner, Workplace Pride, and proudly sponsored by Maersk.