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International Women’s Day 2019
Now is the time. From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where the world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence. Balance drives a better working world. For that reason, the theme for International Women’s Day 2019 is #BalanceforBetter. Everyone can play a part – so invite your friends, colleagues and community to join us and work to make gender equality a reality. Together we can make a difference.
"As we join with our colleagues around the world for International Women’s day, we accelerate our ALL IN strategy - Deloitte’s commitment to diversity and inclusion and expediting representation of women in leadership roles." said Deloitte Malta Diversity and Inclusion Leader Caroline Cassar Reynaud. "However our job does not stop there – the beauty of our firm is the diversity of our people that enrich the very being of Deloitte in Malta. Each one of us is different and brings something unique to the table and it is our duty to continue to provide the right working environment to allow individuals to express themselves freely and fully. This is not about numbers or statistics this is about wanting to give people the opportunity to be the very best they can be."
At Deloitte, we’re happy to get involved and do our part to progress gender equality. Learn more about some of our initiatives below:
Join our celebration by tweeting, posting, or otherwise sharing what gender equality means to you using the hashtags #BalanceforBetter #IWD2019.
Not sure what to write? See below for a few suggestions on how you can Balance for Better!
- I commit to #BalanceforBetter by questioning any lack of women's participation.
- I commit to #BalanceforBetter and will nominate women for opportunities.
- I commit to #BalanceforBetter and will campaign for equality in meaningful ways.
- I commit to #BalanceforBetter by celebrating women role models and their journeys.
#BalanceforBetter – In one word what does it mean to you?