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Beyond the Binary Gender: Transgender Inclusion
March 30 @ 08:00 - 10:30Free
International Transgender Day; India is leading the way!
Millions have watched Pose on HBO. In India, people don’t watch! Government acts! While recognition of genders outside of male and female has only recently been discussed in Western societies, in the Indian society, people of non-binary gender expressions have played important roles for over 2000 years.
India’s Supreme Court has ruled that transgender people are created as a third gender in the country. The decision is seen as a milestone in India. This was the first time in world history that a Supreme Court recognizes transgender people as a separate gender.
Diversity campaigns and Pride flagging notwithstanding: Research indicates that it is difficult to be a trans person in working environments. According to the report “Sexual orientation, gender diversity and living conditions” from 2021, transgender people stand out in terms of mental health, life satisfaction and experiences of discrimination. Transgender rights matters!
We are excited to share that we will have Miriam Hardarson as one of our speakers.
08.00 Welcome by Hans Geelmuyden by Chair DMI
08.05 India´s Supreme Court establishes third gender category. How did this happen? Speaker: Laxmi Singh, Deputy Country Representative – UN Women, India
08.20 Meaningful Inclusion starts from the Bathroom to the Boardroom – Speaker: Celia Sandhya Daniels, Trans Evangelist & Human Rights Activist
08.50 Cracking the glass ceiling – Speaker: Miriam Hardarson, Agency Director Sopria Steria
09.10 Lessons to be learned for Norway Lars Arnesen, Lawyer and Compliance Officer at Dignio
09.20 Q&A Miriam Hardarson and Chisom Udeze, Founder, Diversify
*There might be changes in the program
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