FDJ is mobilizing to support gender equality by signing a corporate charter co-written with the association #JamaisSansElles. The Group, which obtained a score of 100/100 on the 2022 Gender Equality Index, is the first SBF 80 company to launch the #JamaisSansElles project, thereby reinforcing its long-standing commitment to gender equality.
The CEO and the members of Microsoft’s Executive Committee who signed the #JamaisSansElles Charter are now joined by the entire community of managers. This top-down approach permeates the various levels of the company and builds long-term employee commitment to gender diversity in the digital world.
For the first edition of #JamaisSansElles Day at Education Nationale on 23 November 2021, the association and the Minister of Education, Michel-Michel Blanquer welcomed 70 junior high school students from the Lavoisier college in Pantin to the Ministry’s Innovation Lab to talk about gender diversity, gender biases, and opportunities in industry related professions and digital technologies.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Bruno Le Maire (French Minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery), Tatiana F. Salomon and Xavier Alberti (co-Presidents of the association #JamaisSansElles) signed the #JamaisSansElles charter and a Convention Partnership.
With its disruptive concept and unique approach, the #JamaisSansElles movement for the promotion of gender equality is now unavoidable. Indeed, in a very short time the hashtag that symbolizes it has become the most shared on Twitter in its category. Here’s a look at some of the figures and highlights in its development.
The #W202019 Final Communiqué contains 7 recommendations from the Women 20 Summit in Tokyo for the promotion of gender equality in G20 countries. The W20 recommendations are taken into account by the G20 in its various works and contribute to the evolution of public policy.
On the occasion the Internet Governance Forum, hosted annually by the United Nations General Secretariat, #JamaisSansElles has co-organized a workshop dedicated to gender diversity, democratic participation and inclusion in the cyberspace.
Within the IGF #JamaisSansElles co-organise a panel : “Gender Issues and Democratic Participation: reclaiming ICTs for a Humane World”. November 12 at UNESCO
#JamaisSansElles has created their own AI robot, a “she-bot” named ELLA. She is the very first journalistic bot dedicated to gender diversity. She looks out for high-quality articles regarding gender diversity and equality at the international level.
Two questions to Isabelle Hudon, Canadian Ambassador to France, co-chairperson of The Gender Equality Advisory Council for Canada’s G7 Presidency : Why do you support #JamaisSansElles? Is feminism humanism?