When you walk through the office door, you may encounter a lively group of colleagues catching up as they get their daily fill of coffee or tea. Others may be meeting in person or virtually via video conference, Skype or other ways of communicating with colleagues and stakeholders across the globe.
Most of your colleagues will wear jeans and sneakers rather than a suit – there is no dress code. Greenpeacers work hard, because we are passionate about changing the power dynamics and global mindsets while maintaining the global environmental boundaries.
Our team aims to work according to our core principles and the global diversity and inclusion principles*. Our organisation is working hard to become more diverse and inclusive**, but there is still a lot of work to be done and we hope that you will help us. So when you come in, don’t be afraid of being your authentic self – rather be proud and be bold!
In the administration of our employment policies and practices, Greenpeace does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship, age, personal appearance, family responsibilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status, matriculation, political affiliation, or genetic information.
* Seven Principles to Guide Us
- We believe that a diverse and inclusive Greenpeace is essential to delivering effective campaigns, sparking a billion acts of courage, and achieving our mission of creating a sustainable and peaceful planet.
- Diversity and inclusion reflects our core organisational values and our moral values as human beings.
- We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining a diverse and talented community of volunteers, crew and staff.
- We create a safe and inclusive culture where all people treat each other with respect and dignity.
- We value and rely on collaboration based on the diversity of our ideas, perspectives, and experiences to make wise decisions and create effective outcomes.
- Everyone is supported to learn, lead and grow, while barriers or potential tensions are identified and actions are taken to address them.
- We all share accountability and responsibility for diversity and inclusion.
What Diversity Means to Us
**Diversity (includes, but is not limited to) age, gender, marital or civil partnership status, disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, socioeconomic status, pregnancy or maternity, or sexual orientation.
Embracing diversity means that we want to celebrate celebrating the similarities and differences that makes each person unique. Inclusion is the means by which we put diversity in action, for example, the policies, procedures, and practices that an organisation puts in place to create inclusive organisational culture.