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2021 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Gala Dinner

Focus Area | Tackling Workplace Inequality
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Fundraising dinner and award ceremony celebrating International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOTB)

Overview

In commemoration of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOTB), the Gala Dinner held in Mid-May 2021 will celebrate and recognise the exceptional dedication and accomplishments of individuals, companies and organisations in promoting LGBT+ equality and inclusion in the Hong Kong workplace and community. The results of the 2021 LGBT+ Inclusion Index and the winners of the 5 LGBT+ Inclusion Awards will be announced at the Gala Dinner.

FORMAT

A fundraising dinner including networking reception and dinner, with award ceremony and silent auction

DRESS CODE

Black Tie with a Flair of PRIDE!

OBJECTIVES

PROGRAMME 

AUDIENCE

300+ guests attended, including business leaders, HR/D&I professionals, LGBT+ opinion leaders, NGOs and community groups, Hong Kong and regional media.

TICKETS

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GALLERY & VIDEO

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IP Statement

The Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index and Awards and the India LGBT+ Pre-Index and Inclusion Index are part of Community Business’ Creating Inclusive Workplaces for LGBT+ Employees Campaign - aimed at raising awareness of LGBT+ as an important business issue and encouraging companies in Asia to adopt best practice in terms of promoting workplace equality for their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) employees. Unauthorised use of any of these initiatives, including copying, republishing, reprinting, recreating (in whole or in part) is prohibited without Community Business’ prior written permission.

 

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