Global Inclusion through LGBT Inclusion

Parks – Liberi e Uguali

Parks – Liberi e Uguali is a non-profit making organization, whose members are exclusively employers, created with the aim of helping partner companies to understand and attain maximum business opportunities deriving from the development of strategies and good practices that respect diversity.

At Parks we believe that inclusion and respect can only really make a difference when they encompass everybody.

That is why we adopted as our mission a precise and prevalent focus on that area of Diversity Management which is culturally most demanding, that is to say the part related to sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Parks’ underlying mission is to help businesses build a culture of inclusion and respect and follows an underlying notion that capitalizing on differences and encouraging inclusion in the workplace represents an enormous opportunity and a competitive business advantage.

By signing up with Parks businesses can count on a series of tailor made activities conceived to guarantee an inclusive and respectful working environment.

Parks offers education and training, external and internal communication, advice on pay policy and benefits that measure up to the needs of the LGBT workforce.

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News

Philips aderisce a Parks

Philips ha messo a punto progetti specifici nell’area del Diversity Management per favorire l’inclusione relativa all’orientamento sessuale e all’identità di genere e per valorizzare le differenze di sesso ed età.

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Press Review

Vanity Fair: David Mixner, storico attivista gay

Nel numero 12 di Vanity Fair del 23 marzo 2016 è uscito un bellissimo articolo a firma di Marco De Martino in cui si parla di David Mixner e dello spettacolo "David Mixner Show - Oh Hell No!" che sarà al Teatro Elfo Puccini di Milano il 18 aprile 2016.

D Repubblica: Cerca la differenza

Diversità di età, sesso, nazionalità, genere: le aziende scoprono che valorizzarla nei propri team fa bene al business.

Grazia: Lavoro e non mi nascondo

Nel numero 9/2016 del settimanale Grazia è uscito un bellissimo articolo a firma di Silvia Icardi in cui si parla di donne lesbiche che hanno deciso di non nascondersi più nel posto di lavoro.

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Testimonials

“At IKEA we are convinced that being themselves is what allows our employees to give of their best in the workplace. Thanks to Parks we have worked with renewed purpose and clarity in this direction.”
Valerio di Bussolo, Corporate PR Manager - IKEA
“Our entrance into Parks has allowed us to keep an even more open mind on the question of diversity and has further reinforced our company culture that has always regarded diversity as a value and an opportunity for growth.”
Paolo Arnaldi, Head of HR Western Europe - Citi
“Parks has meant for us a decisive move forward in our approach to defending the value of diversity in the company.”
Gaetano Colabucci, già Managing Director Sud Europa - Johnson&Johnson
“Parks has helped us to refine our sensitivity toward diversities. Being aware of diversity reinforces company culture. Using Parks means being willing to open up to change, a fundamental element for company growth.”
Franco Cibrario, Amministratore - Gruppo Consoft
“Being associated with Parks is no mere formality: seeing the positive aspects of differences, seeking out talent where it may not be immediately visible means being concretely committed to today’s and tomorrow’s professionals in the workplace.”
Dario Longo, Partner - Linklaters
“With Parks we have recognized the true value of difference, we have seen how things work in other companies, we have met male and female colleagues from the LGBT world. We have become a strong team ready to face the challenging world of business.”
Fabio Galluccio, Head of People Caring - Telecom Italia

Global Inclusion

“Talent must be sought out wherever it is to be found, it must be protected and developed no matter what form it takes.”