Jej Perfekcyjność will be one of six panellists on Monday 16th of January to provoke business audience to take part in social and political change in countries where LGBT rights are still not respected.
Open For Business has partnered with All Out to explore how business can use its voice to improve LGB&T inclusion globally based on the case that open, inclusive, diverse societies are better for business and essential for economic growth. Participants will hear directly from activists struggling with the hostile legal and social realities that exist for millions of LGB&T people.
The panel, moderated by Helen Joyce, international editor of The Economist will include: Parmesh Shahani (India), Bisi Alimi (Nigeria), Jean Chong (Singapore), Ifeanyi Orazulike (Nigeria), Ruth Baldacchino (Global) and Jej Perfekcyjność (Poland).
The event will take place in Hub Culture Pavilion on Monday 16th January from 2:00 to 3:00 PM.
Open For Business is a coalition of 22 global companies making the economic case for LGB&T inclusion.
All Out is a global movement of more than 2 million people campaigning for LGB&T equality.
Hub Culture is an invitation-led social network service for collaboration and knowledge brokerage.
If you’re interested in taking part in the event, please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org