Thursday, 29 October 2015

7th Equal@Work Platform Seminar: Moving forward on religion and belief at the workplace: opportunities and challenges!

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7th Equal@Work Platform Seminar

 Moving forward on religion and belief at the workplace: opportunities and challenges!


4th December, Brussels

ENAR has the pleasure to invite you to its seventh Equal@work Seminar,taking place in Brussels.



The Equal@Work Platform brings together businesses, social partners, NGOs, public authorities and academics committed to diversity and inclusion, to find solutions so that ethnic and religious minorities can fully participate in the labour market.


The theme of this year's seminar is "Moving forward on religion and belief at the work place: opportunities and challenges!" In increasingly diversifying societies, the demand for respect of all facets of one's identity at the workplace is increasing. Striving to develop inclusive workplaces and well-being on the job, an increasing number of companies,including some strong leaders (IKEA, SODEXO), are proposing creative solutions to accommodate religious diversity among their employees.


While there is still no general consensus on practical solutions to effectively commit to full equality at the work place, employers are searching for ways to manage positively a diversity of beliefs and practices in a way that fosters inclusiveness, mutual understanding and, ultimately, productivity.


We are therefore looking for drivers of change, proposing practical solutions for a real integration of people with different faiths at the workplace. We are inviting you to participate in an innovative platform,together with representatives of social partners (employers' and employees'organisations),with decision-makers, with representatives of different faiths.

Make sure you register to participate to the Equal@Work Seminar via this link:


More on ENAR's Equal@work Platform can be found at


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