Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Public service media for all
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and our Members are working to ensure our organizations reflect and resonate with the diverse communities we serve.
Public service media (PSM) will remain relevant to its audiences only if its content is a true representation of the lives our audiences lead and the communities in which they live and work.
We can only accurately and authentically represent them if their views and experiences are included in how we plan, make and tell the stories we offer them through PSM content.
In line with our public service values of diversity, pluralism and universality, here at the EBU, we have elevated Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to a Strategic Initiative. It is a shared value at the heart of everything we do as an organization.
Simply put, it involves attracting the best talent from all backgrounds, embodying all of society, including the most under-represented. Ensuring they have what they need to excel and to take the unique talents they bring to the next level. And creating a listening, nurturing environment that makes our teams want to grow with us.
Supporting our Members in their quest to make Diversity Equity and Inclusion an essential component of their DNA by:
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We host a number of free webinars and workshops for EBU Members and Associates where you get the chance to have live conversations with our team and expert guest speakers. Sign into your ebu.ch account to access recordings of all these webinars.
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On the occasion of International Women's Day, the EBU Gender Equality Group will present live some of the best practices in Women's Representation in their organization's content, followed by a discussion on key challenges and areas for improvement in the field.