The third edition of 4 Weeks 4 Inclusion kicks off

FS Italiane is amongst the 250 companies partnering to promote a culture of inclusion.

On 14 November the third edition of 4 Weeks 4 Inclusion starts, as the largest inter-company event dedicated to inclusion in support of the individual’s right to diversity. Many digital events are scheduled through to 6 December, all of which will be streamed on the website, with the aim of extending the interdisciplinary debate with representatives of institutions, companies and trade union associations to an increasingly broad audience.

 On 25 November, on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the FS Group will take part in “Le Carte Giuste per Partire: Azioni Contro la Violenza” (“The Right Cards to Start: Actions Against Violence”). Organised together with Intesa Sanpaolo, the panel is intended to be an occasion for discussing the still alarming and increasingly complex phenomenon: in Italy, 31.5% of women have experienced violence throughout the course of their lives. There will be an open discussion on how to prevent and counteract all violence and harassment against the female gender. With its participation, the FS Group – which has long been committed to disseminating an organisational approach based on understanding and respect – confirms the need to promote best practices for a concrete and real commitment, not solely on 25 November.

On 14 November, the opening day will commence with the event “Non è una questione di genere” (“It's not a matter of gender”), during which moderator Monica D’Ascenzo, journalist for Il Sole 24 Ore, will lead the way in discovering the main content that will distinguish the 2022 edition. The format of the initiative is confirmed, where guests, speakers and representatives of the partner companies will take turns over four consecutive weeks, creating a harmonic tale of stories of inclusion and sharing best practices, models and tools to enhance all forms of diversity including disability, intergenerational interaction, exalting the contribution of women, sexual orientation and gender identity, through to ethnicity and religion.