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Diversity Charter

The Diversity Charter is a CHARTER OF COMITMMENT OF 10 PRINCIPLES that, on a VOLUNTARY basis and FREE OF CHARGE, companies and institutions of the same country sign, regardless of their size or sector. By signing the charter, companies and institutions commit to promoting the fundamental principles of equality, diversity and inclusion.

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"Diversity management at the workplace must be one of the main human resources priorities for any employer on Europe. This is because when employees are valued for who they are, they are committed to their job and fully employ their talents and creativity. I invite all companies and organisations in Europe, whether a signatory of a Diversity Charter or otherwise, to join the European Commission in celebrating the EU Diversity Month in May 2022 by organizing their own events to put the spotlight on the benefits of inclusive work environments."

Helena Dalli

EU Commissioner for Equality

MAY

EU DIVERSITY MONTH

This year we celebrate the second edition of the EU Diversity Month, an initiative from the European Commission and the EU Platform of Diversity Charters. The objective of this initiative is to celebrate and promote diversity in the workplace.

This project was launched in 26 countries and Fundación para la Diversidad is in charge of coordinating this movement in Spain.

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For the past two years Fundación para la Diversidad and Fundación La Merced Migraciones have worked together to create the Diversity Calendar. This is a very special document that includes the most relevant dates related to human rights and customs and traditions, both religious and cultural.

  • Human rights: national, European and international dates that commemorate human rights.
  • Customs and traditions: a collection of the most representative cultural celebrations of Spain.
  • Religious dates: a collection of the most relevant religious celebrations, indicating the religion it belongs to.

This year, the calendar has been sponsored by Admiral Seguros and Correos.

Keeping this calendar in mind is really useful for organising commemorative, training and promotional activities, among others. It is also an excellent guide for Community Managers to have a wider vision when planning their publications calendar.

In addition to its practical day-to-day use, the calendar is beautifully designed, making it perfect for printing out and hanging in the respective offices so that it can be made available to all staff.