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JUMP Masterclass - Le rendez-vous lyonnais de la mixité et de l’inclusion

La mission de JUMP est d’œuvrer en faveur de l’égalité professionnelle pour créer des entreprises plus inclusives où TOUS les talents sont en mesure de s’exprimer pleinement. Les Forum et Masterclass de JUMP sont ...

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The place of women in the funding of a capitalist economy

With the launch of "Women in Finance", Belgium is finally acquiring an instrument to raise awareness in the financial sector about the strategic importance of corporate gender equality for its performance, as well as for ...

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Free your company from sexism. Discover our solutions

THE HANDBOOK FOR MANAGERS AND HR This guide has been developed for companies and is available for free. It is a folder of 8 cards with 3 different sections: Understand, Test yourself, and Act. A ...



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The events for advancing gender equality at work

Why is the JUMP Forum the best event to boost gender equality at work ?
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Training and speaking to boost gender equality at work

Here is a selection of our most popular workshops:

  • Gender dialogue

    Gender Diversity and Inclusion

    The power of inclusive organisations

  • Women empowerment

    Self-confidence and assertive communication

    Self-confidence is the most attractive quality a person can have. How can anyone see how great you are if you can’t see it yourself?

  • Men awareness

    How to become a better women’s ally at work

    Gender balance is a huge and global business opportunity. Is your company tapping into it?

Corporate Hub

The corporate gender equality network

Upcoming hub

PARIS - Hosted by EDF

Genre et générations : X, Y, Z, quel rapport à la mixité?

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The knowledge center for gender equality at work


Women and the digital revolution - What impact? What role can they play?

The digital disruption is impacting us all and re-shaping the job market.
What’s the impact on women? How do you feel about it?

The results are coming soon


The corporate ambassador for gender equality

The 2019 Corporate Ambassadors for Gender Equality are

Olivier Houpert, Caroline Thomaes, Patrizio Ricci


Caroline Thomaes
“This award is a true recognition of the work we are doing at P&G Belgium. It is not perfect yet and I will continue trying to be a role model every day as the small behaviors are what makes our culture! Gender Equality requires constant attention as unconscious biases are in our DNA. As a company we are committed to spark conversations and help change mentalities with our brands and advertisement as a force for good, also in Belgium.”

Patrizio Ricci
“I am extremely proud to be part of P&G and receive this award recognizing our effort and progress on the journey to gender equality. Gender Equality is important to me and important within our global P&G Engineering organization to generate both superior results and a better workplace. I am also very humbled to see the great work that others are doing in this area. This makes me confident that we can all #See Equal and make it possible to be in a world that truly treats gender equally – not just at work, but outside of it as well!”

Olivier Houpert
“I firmly believe that gender equality is essential to achieve superior business results. This award makes me proud as it recognizes the progress that P&G Belgium is making in this area. I remain committed to take P&G to the top by continuing to make sure we have the right culture and people to make us win”

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