• INTRODUCTION
  • 1. What is diversity in companies?
  • 2. Why diversity?
  • 3. What is a Diversity Charter?
  • Diversity Charter: nature and objectives
  • The various Diversity Charters in the EU
  • 4. What European legal directives are there?
  • Non-discrimination within the EU
  • 5. What is the European Platform of Diversity Charters?
  • PRACTICAL INFORMATION ABOUT ORGANISING A DIVERSITY CHARTER
  • 1. Long-term funding model
  • Private Funds
  • Public Funds
  • How much does a Diversity Charter cost?
  • 2. Writing your text
  • The Diversity Charters texts: similarities
  • The Diversity Charters texts: differences
  • 3. Target and strategy of your Diversity Charter
  • An adequate number of signatories
  • Who are the signatories?
  • How to attract signatories
  • Good territorial coverage
  • 4. What does a Diversity Charter do on an everyday basis?
  • Raising awareness, informing and communicating about the Diversity Charter
  • Organising events in the regions and in Europe to promote the sharing of good practice, meetings between peers and with private and institutional partners
  • Supporting stakeholders in their diversity measures:
  • 5. Communication: a crucial issue
  • Visual identity
  • Communication media
  • Internet: an ideal means of communication
  • 6. Organisation
  • Who can create a Diversity Charter?
  • CONCLUSION
  • 1. A single document per country
  • 2. A balance between private and public interests
  • 3. The importance of the voluntary and non-restrictive nature
  • 4. Choose a main objective
  • ANNEXES
  • Useful links:
  • Official websites of Diversity Charters in Europe
  • EU links
  • List of signatories:
  • Signatory companies