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Community Business’ Ongoing Strategy
To Promote LGBT+ Inclusion in Hong Kong - 2017 and Beyond

As part of our ongoing campaign to tackle inequality in the workplace and promote LGBT+ inclusion in Asia, Community Business encourages all companies who share this mission to demonstrate their leadership and participate in the following activities in Hong Kong: 

2017 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index

Introduced for the first time 2 years ago, we are now running the second iteration of this pioneering Index.  As Asia’s first and only benchmark for assessing workplace practices for LGBT+ employees, this Index has been instrumental in putting LGBT+ inclusion on the corporate agenda and driving the adoption of best practice.  The Index will also include a number of awards.  Find out more about the 2017 Index and 2017 Awards, and how your company can participate.


Virtual Information Sessions                                                

To find out all you need to know about the 2017 Index, including how to maximise your participation and make a submission, listen to the recording of the Virtual Information Session now!

Click here to gain access to the recording.

2017 Gala Dinner

The result of the Index and award winners will be announced at a fundraising Gala Dinner in May 2017, in commemoration of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT). 

Find out more.


Making Progress on LGBT+ in Hong Kong

Our goal is to help more organisations - multinational and local, large and small, private and public, make progress on LGBT inclusion. We have a wealth of content knowledge and expertise gained from conducting research and working directly with companies in the region. Contact us to find out what consultancy and training we can provide to support your needs.


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