in May 2019 together with OTE-Hellenic Telecommunications Organization S.A. and Alfa-Beta Vassilopoulos -Supermarket Chain. The Charter is supported by the Greek General Secretariat for Gender Equality of Ministry of Interior, by the Economic and Social Council of Greece, by the Federation of Municipalities in Greece and by Hellenic Federation of Enterprises. The goal of the Charter is to foster equal opportunities and diversity in every work environment in Greece. The Charter covers all fields of discrimination: gender, age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, and religion, with a particular focus on gender equality at work. So far about 150 private enterprises with over of 50,000 employees, have signed the charter.
provides the support for networking and signing events for the Irish Diversity Charter which has 69 signatories and is the official representative on the EU Platform of Diversity Charters. By signing Diversity Charter Ireland organizations make public a statement of commitment, to address diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace in a framework that is tailored to the Irish context. When organizations become signatories, they publicly demonstrate their commitment to promoting diversity, equality, and inclusion as living values to: a) Attract, recruit and promote talented people, b) Prevent discrimination and promote equality for groups covered in the Employment Equality Acts 1998-2015 and the Equal Status Acts 2000-2018, c) Continually cultivate an environment that demonstrates dignity and respect for the diversity of employees, customers, clients, suppliers, all internal and external stakeholders, d) Build awareness and understanding of the benefits for people, organizations and society of promoting diversity, equality and inclusion.
is a Research and Development organization, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional, and global contexts. CSI is closely working with the Government, local administrative agencies, NGOs, commercial entities, and educational institutions to address social, economic, and cultural challenges. Its team is composed of more than 40 open-minded, fully equipped researchers, educators, VET Trainers, social entrepreneurs, project managers, and Information Technology specialists. CSI also coordinates the Diversity Charter Cyprus, which was officially launched in May 2020. Since then, it has gathered big visibility on the island and meanwhile has more than 60 signatories, from both the public and the private sectors.
has extensive experience in the field of diversity and inclusion. Established in 2020 as a legal entity, LDCA unites organizations that commit to promoting openness, strengthening diversity management, and creating friendly and inclusive working environments regardless of persons’ gender, race, ethnic origin, nationality, disability, age, sexual orientation and gender identity or religion. In March 2021, LDC launched an in- depth study about the labor market inclusion in Lithuania, especially for foreign language speakers, immigrants, and refugees. Its findings and targeted recommendations received national media attention and inspired longer coverage of the topic. LDCA invites its members to proactively participate in strategic long-term decision-making and set diversity-related goals for each member.