The Chilean Norm 3262 seeks to promote equality between men and women in organizations, generating a positive impact for people and their environment. To achieve this, it is proposed to implement a set of measures that promote and generate a cultural change that allows reducing gaps, favoring work, family and personal life, in addition to co-responsibility, within organizations.
This certification is the ratification of the organizational commitment to the development and well-being of people, promoting the creation of work spaces free of gender biases and equal rights and opportunities within the organization.
The Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs), created by UN Women and the UN Global Compact in 2010 and signed by almost 2,000 companies around the world, are the main platform of the Win-Win Program. WEPs provide companies with the opportunity to adopt policies and invest in promoting gender equality in the workplace, in supply chains, and in communities.
The Gender Parity Initiative Chile is a virtuous alliance of the public and private sectors, promoted by the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Economic Forum and the Ministry of Women and Gender Equity of Chile, whose purpose is to transform, sustainably, the contexts that perpetuate the gender economic gaps in our country, in addition to promoting the participation and progress of women in the world of work.
The Win-Win Program: Gender Equality is a Good Business, financed by the European Union (UE) Partnership Instrument and implemented by UN Women in partnership with the International Labor Organization (ILO), to promote gender equality through the private sector.This initiative is implemented in six Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries – Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Uruguay. The UN Women office in Brazil acts as regional coordinator – and in the countries of the European Union.
The Association for Global LGBTQI+ Equality is a coalition of organizations committed to harnessing their individual and collective advocacy to accelerate LGBTQI+ equality and inclusion in a worldwide level and drive positive change.
The Migrant Commitment is a recognition given by the State of Chile, jointly through the National Migration Service and the Labor Directorate, to those institutions, companies and unions that stand out for inclusion, the intercultural approach and non-discrimination in its internal composition, management and relationship with the environment.The general objective of the Migrant Commitment is to contribute to an inclusive, intercultural and non-discriminatory Chile by promoting good practices regarding the work of Chilean and foreign people, in institutions, companies and unions throughout the country.