KARACHI: (Web Desk) for his efforts to ensure gender equality, women empowerment and education on the stage “LRPO Empowering The Salon Community” at an event held in Paris.
Received the prestigious GEEIS-SDG award from the Arborus Endowment Fund.
Introduced at the European Economic and Social Council in Brussels in 2010, the GEEIS label evaluates and recognizes first companies and their subsidiaries with an active approach to gender equality. i, which implemented quality management tools for their similar policies.
The cup focuses on gender equality as a driving force behind the achievement of the United Nations Development Goals, especially SDG5) on equality between women and men.
L’Oréal Pakistan has been honored for its latest empowerment project by the L’Oréal Pakistan Professional Academy, which has played a strong role in the development of the retail industry over the past 13 years.
By partnering with stores that use L’Oréal Professional products, the clinic’s staff benefit from professional training provided by L’Oréal Professional Hair Experts, the program focuses specifically on learning and the development of these women. academic training but no means of obtaining such training.
By providing opportunities in education and training, L’Oréal Professional Pakistan Academy has succeeded in empowering women’ i e 7,500, can now take care of them and their families.
Presenting the award, L’Oréal Group’s Chief Global DE&I Officer Margaret Johnson Clarke said, “L’Oréal Pakistan’s Professional Products Division Academy is an eye-opening initiative.” to incorporate the expertise that has been the hallmark of our business since its inception.hairdressing.Empowering women through education “Competition is part of creating beauty that moves the world.”
Qavi Naseer, Country Manager of L’Oréal Pakistan, highlighted this success and said,
L’Oreal Pakistan is pleased to promote globally its work for the empowerment of society. This is an important honor that reflects our commitment to equal opportunities within our organization and beyond. Through the PPD Academy, we hope to continue to empower women to realize their dreams and become an important part of the country’s economy.
At the event in Paris, Arbrorus representative Cristina Lunghi said:
“I am happy to see that these awards, launched in 2019 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, are encouraging companies with the GEEIS name to pave the way for a new social project that brings equality to the between women and men, men is the force. to solve all serious issues that need to be addressed immediately and are also discussed in the UN SDGs.”
GEEIS is a European and international award for gender equality and inclusion. The GEEIS-SDG Award aims to make gender equality in the private sector and public decision makers and civil society as a central pillar of any policy and practice in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. To promote the importance of doing so