United European Gastroenterology has publicly released its UEG Equality and Diversity Plan. This strategic document has been developed based on a thorough analysis of UEG's activities and working procedures, following a comprehensive plan to mainstream and improve its equality, diversity and inclusion efforts.
"We want to foster this strong and diverse community and offer space to grow and thrive, both as professionals and humans. We firmly believe that diversity of thought, experience, and perspective is essential for driving innovation, creativity, and success. Therefore, we commit to setting equitable actions and maintaining a community where everyone feels valued, supported, and included," said Dina Tiniakos, Chair UEG Equality & Diversity Group.
As Europe’s home and umbrella for multidisciplinary gastroenterology, UEG unites over 50,000 engaged professionals from national and specialist societies, individual digestive health experts and related scientists from all fields and career stages.
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