ABOUT

THE “INCLUSIVE BUSINESSES” PANEL FROM THE 1st INTERNATIONAL [SSEX BBOX] & MIX BRASIL CONFERENCE IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL IN 2015

The aim of this panel was to introduce and discuss challenging yet important issues such as improving management practices and increasing positive influences within the business culture as well as society at large for the roll out of practices that respect LGBT rights in the workplace.

Mediator:
Dr.Daniel Mori
Psychiatry physician for the Sexual orientation and gender identity Clinic of the Hospital das ClÍnicas in São Paulo.

Guests
Adriana Ferreira
IBM’s LGBT programs manager and represents the Manager Committee for the Assembly of Businesses and LGBT rights.

Márcia Rocha
Trans Woman and Lawyer, member of The São Paulo Bar Association, founder of ABRAT and co-founder of Transempregos (job website/ foundation for Trans people)

Jean-Claude Nys
Psychologist specialized in organizational diversity development for Bayer

Tlacaelel Benavides
Leader and founder of GLAD in Latin America, the kinship network with LGBT community in Dow Chemicals.

DIVERSITY BOX is a [SSEX BBOX] initiative intent on promoting LGBTQIA diversity and gender equality as well as social inclusion of diverse sexualities and gender expressions in businesses through strategically combined education and communication that encourage cooperative change for a more just, democratic and equal society.


We organized the 1st International [SSEX BBOX] conference in partnership with the Mix Brasil Diversity Film Festival in São Paulo (November 17-22, 2015) as part of the 23rd annual Mix Brasil Festival of Culture and Diversity (November 11-22, 2015).
http://www.ssexbbox.com/programacao-1a-conferencia-international-ssex-bbox-mix-brasil-de-sao-paulo-2/


THE 2ND [SSEX BBOX] & MIX BRASIL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE WE WILL CONTINUE TO INSIST AND RESIST!

In this critically political moment in Brazil, during these intolerant times, a few of the possible paths that we can collecitvely call upon are information and unity: we must unite and educate ourselves to resist and offer knowledge against patriarchal, sexist, racist, misogynistic, and LGBT phobic attitudes and initiatives.
https://www.catarse.me/SSEXBBOX2