Writing/Raúl García Hémonnet
On November 3, at 19:XNUMX p.m., on the Madrid Campus, the presentation of the book will take place, which will be chaired by the rector of the URJC, Javier Ramos and Santos Pavón, president of the International Foundation, Universitas XXI, driving entities of the work
In recent years, steps have been taken to end inequality within companies and organizations. Actions to put an end to situations such as the labor gap or perhaps due to gender at work have multiplied.
Now, coordinated by the professor in the area of Labor Law and Social Security, Pilar Charro, the 'White Paper on Equality in the Company' has arrived, a work that aims to raise awareness and make equality between women and men visible, in a practical and transformative in contemporary society.
According to the URJC teacher, "This work is intended to be a useful instrument when it comes to implementing the new legal measures in favor of equality and presenting it as a benefit for companies for factors such as the retention of talent or better coexistence in companies, among others.
The work reflects on aspects such as equality in the company from the perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals, decent work and the fair ecological transition or the regulatory context in terms of equality. In addition, it addresses the development of equality plans; positive actions as an instrument to achieve effective equality; The reconciliation of personal, family and work life; sexual and gender-based harassment or equality in the field of universities, among others.
In addition to the URJC, equality experts from the following organizations have participated in the preparation of this 'white paper': University of Alicante, University of Cadiz, University of Castilla-La Mancha, University of Huelva, University of Malaga, National University Open and Distance – UNAD Colombia, University of Oviedo, Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Rey Juan Carlos University, Rovira i Virgili University, University of Seville, Auren and UNIVERSITAS XXI STU
According to Pilar Charro, “It has been a pleasure to coordinate people with so much experience and so much level. For the URJC, the promotion of equality is a fundamental issue that is directly linked to the Sustainable Development Goals”
For the Rey Juan Carlos University, leading a project of this magnitude is one more example of its commitment to contributing to a more sustainable, fairer and more egalitarian society.
The rector, Javier Ramos, will be accompanied in the presentation by Pilar Charro and Carmen Viqueira on behalf of the participating authors. In addition, Andrés Martínez, vice-rector for Quality and Strategy of the URJC, will present the XNUMXnd Equality Plan of the URJC.