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Volkswagen stands up for respectful coexistence

Board Member for Human Resources, Gunnar Kilian, praised the initiative’s engagement: Right now, it is especially important to take a stand. Today, rainbow flags for diversity and tolerance are being raised at Volkswagen These values are firmly anchored in our corporate culture. Volkswagen is thus taking a clear stand on respect, equal opportunity, coexistence, equal treatment of everyone – regardless of their ethnic origin, color, sexual orientation, religious affiliation or gender.

Jürgen Stackmann, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Brand Board Member for Sales, Marketing and After Sales, welcomed the initiative and commented: At Volkswagen we do not tolerate any form of discrimination. That is why we are delighted to be supporting the action of Aids-Hilfe Wolfsburg and are sending an important signal for diversity today.

Julia Streuer and Joel Kraus from Aids-Hilfe Wolfsburg were joined by Daniela Cavallo, Deputy Group Works Council Chair, Elke Heitmüller, Head of Diversity Management, and Thore Masekowitz, Spokesperson for the “We Drive Proud“ network, to send the message about diversity and tolerance outside the brand tower.

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May 19, 2020 at 03:10