Workplace Pride Newsletter ISSUE 01 – FEBRUARY 2019



This is the first 2019 edition and there is plenty of news to share with you. We have many new members, we kicked off 2019 with a New Year’s reception, we have new members in our board and also opened the registration for the Workplace Pride Global Benchmark.

We invite you to read about these stories below. Happy reading!

David Pollard        
Executive Director
Workplace Pride Foundation

Workplace Pride Launches the 6th version of the Global Benchmark Survey

Are you looking for a way to measure, manage and report on your LGBTI policies and practices? We are pleased to announce that the 6th edition of our Global Benchmark is open until 29 March!  Read more>



New Year’s reception.
Our annual New Year’s reception brings our members together to take a look at the Foundation’s plans for the coming year. Read more>

Five new members join the Foundation board.
Our Board has been increased from four to nine members. Read more>

Watch the video of the Leadership Awards Gala.
Here you can have a glimpse of the Leadership Awards Gala.
Watch Video>

Browse the Global Benchmark 2018 online.
Here you can browse and download the New Horizons Global Benchmark Edition 2018.
Go to online publication>


The city of Delft joins the Foundation.
We are proud to announce that the City of Delft is the 4th Dutch municipality to join the Foundation. Read more>

Mentoring Session at
Young@workplacepride organised a mentoring session led by Chuck Stephens. Open Instagram Story>

Symposium in Leiden organized by our Chair.
Close to 100 participants at the symposium ‘Blindspots in Diversity Management’. Read more>.

SDGs & LGBTI rights:
Leave no one behind.

Fifteen organisations stepped up for better inclusion of LGBTI rights into the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read more >


New relationship Managers
We are very happy to introduce Christine Holtkamp and Laurens Hoekstra to our network. They are our new Relationship Managers and will be liaising closely with our member organizations.
Welcome on board! 

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Workplace Pride is a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to improving the lives of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders and Intersex (LGBTI) people at work.  Its 60 plus members employ more than 4 million people worldwide.