… human dignity and freedom are not finite resources, that the more you parcel them out the less you have
Our action will focus on “inclusive workplaces”: until mid September 2016 we will share blogs, articles, interviews, looking at various angles of diversity and inclusion, and highlight best practice, hands-on tips and advice.
Now more than ever, Europe needs political leaders to work with and for LGBTI people in Europe (Joyce Hamilton, Co-Chair
“Employing a disabled person is not an act of charity, it is potentially a wise business decision” (Evenbreak 2014).
Time For Equality will take part in the first national Diversity Day, on 12 May 2015, in Luxembourg. The Diversity Day, organised
The first Barometer on Diversity and Business in Luxembourg was launched at a press conference in December 2014 in the presence
Le premier Baromètre Diversité & Entreprise Lëtzebuerg a été présenté à la presse le 10 décembre 2014 en présence de
Interview with the Centre for Partnership and Equality in Bucharest, an NGO working in the fields of gender equality, diversity and inclusion since 2002.
The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights has just released its 2013 Report on Fundamental Rights in Europe.
Time For Equality supports Caption Everything, an international campaign asking all businesses and organisations to use captions and make videos, meetings and conferences more accessible and inclusive.
Time For Equality is celebrating its first year of activity by joining the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg. The official signing session will take place on 27 May, in the presence of minister Corinne Cahen.
ILGA Europe has just released the latest edition of its Rainbow Europe package, which shows that while the human rights