National Conference: Non-Discrimination Mainstreaming and Diversity Management: From Theory to Practice


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Το Ινστιτούτο Εργασίας Κύπρου (ΙΝΕΚ-ΠΕΟ) ανακοινώνει την έναρξη του προγράμματος με τίτλο ‘Action Against Discrimination:


Workstream 1:

Non-Discrimination Practices and Diversity Management

Workstream 1 lasts for 6 months; it begins in September 2014 and ends up in February 2015

The main objective of the workstream is to bring together experts working on non-discrimination and diversity management from the EU and Cyprus to exchange views and experiences, share good practices from their respective locations and put into the table recommendations for further developments.

Additionally, the workstream aims, at a second level, to produce training modules and provide training on non-discrimination and diversity management, respectively, at a broader audience working on the issues such as union and business executives, public authorities' stakeholders and trade unionists. The purpose of the training sessions is to motivate the social partners to include the issues of equality and diversity in their organizations’ agendas and influence, thus, positive non-discriminatory changes.



  1. National Conference: 'Non-Discrimination Mainstreaming and Diversity Management: From Theory to Practice'
  1. Workshops: “Non-Discrimination Mainstreaming in the Designing, Implementation and Assesment Process”
  1. Production of a Manual: 'Non-Discrimination Mainstreaming in Cyprus'
  1. Workshops: “Action for Change: Operational Strategic Plans and Diversity Management”
  1. Production of a Manual: “Management of Diversity in your Organization: Initiatives for Success”.


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