Škodians and their families & friends are welcome to join the ŠKODA Proud employee group in the rainbow parade
ŠKODA AUTO is firmly committed to diversity, inclusion and a culture of tolerance in the workplace and in everyday life
As a signatory to the European Diversity Charter, the car manufacturer underlines its commitment to working together in a spirit of understanding and without prejudice
Mladá Boleslav, 8 August 2022 – ŠKODA AUTO is supporting the Prague Pride Festival this year as an official partner. The festival focuses on topics around LGBTQ+ people and includes almost 150 workshops, debates, various performances and concerts. The highlight of the festival is the rainbow parade on 13 August, which the members of the Employee Resource Group ‘ŠKODA Proud’ will also be joining.
“Supporting the Prague Pride festival as an official partner is particularly important to us. At ŠKODA AUTO, diversity and inclusion are firmly anchored in our corporate culture. Together, we are committed to an international working environment characterised by tolerance, openness, trust and understanding for each other as well as mutual respect. For us, one thing is clear: The diversity of our colleagues, with their different characteristics, qualities and views, is one of our company’s greatest strengths. In celebrating Prague Pride, we reaffirm our commitment to these values and at the same time, we want to send out a clear message – against homophobia, social exclusion and deliberately looking the other way.”
ŠKODA is participating in various events and the parade itself
ŠKODA AUTO is taking part in various events at the Prague Pride Festival related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. In addition, the car manufacturer is getting involved in the debate on how to strengthen the rights of LGBTQ+ people sustainably and over the long term. The highlight of the Prague Pride Festival is the rainbow parade on 13 August: Along with family members and friends, anyone employed by the carmaker is welcome to join the ŠKODA Proud employee group in the parade.
Source: SKODA AUTO