The ELAS Fund is taking part this Thursday, March 31, in the 2nd Dialogue Forum on Diversity and Inclusion, promoted by the Carrefour Institute. The challenges facing Brazilian women in the job market are the focus of the dialogue, held with representatives of the business community, civil organizations and governments.

Charles Desmartis, CEO of the Carrefour Brazil Group, will open the event, which will include talks on "The current scenario and challenges: gender, race and sustainable development", by Jorge Abrahão (CEO of the Ethos Institute) and "Being a woman and black", by Alexandra Loras (French consul in Brazil).
There will also be two panel debates: the first on "Promoting gender and racial equity for sustainable development", with Peter Poschen (ILO representative in Brazil), Adriana Carvalho (advisor for women's empowerment at UN Women), Marjorie Nogueira Chaves (director of programs at SEPPIR's Secretariat for Affirmative Action Policies) and Paulo Pianez (director of the Carrefour Institute), and another on "Promoting gender and race equality in companies", with Raíssa Lumack (vice-president of human resources at Coca-Cola), Malena Martelli (vice-president of human resources at Schneider Electric), Renata Daltro (commercial executive director at Cielo) and Sylvia Leão (vice-president of people management at Carrefour Brasil).