c. Communities: By 2020, L’Oréal will enable more than 100,000 people from underprivileged communities, equivalent to the size of the company’s global workforce, to access work.
L’Oréal will achieve its goal through programmes in the following areas:
- Solidarity sourcing
- Inclusive distribution
- Beauty professionalization
- Mentoring and community education
- Employment of disabled people and under-represented socio-ethnic groups
Check the following link to know more about ‘Sharing Beauty With All’: www.loreal.com/sharingbeautywithall
L’Oréal, the world’s leading beauty company, has devoted itself to all forms of beauty in the world for over 100 years and has built a unique portfolio of 28 international, diverse and complementary brands. With sales amounting to 22.5 billion euros in 2012, L’Oréal employs 72,600 people worldwide. In 2013, the Ethisphere Institute, a leading international thinktank for business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability, recognized L’Oréal as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. This is the fourth time that L’Oréal has received this distinction. For more information, visit www.loreal.com.
* L’Oréal’s Panel of International Experts
- Sze Ping, Chinese environmentalist, former Greenpeace activist, Executive Director of Greenovation Hub.
- Mehjabeen Abidi-Habib, Pakistani researcher in human ecology, specialist of natural resources management.
- HRH Celenhle Dlamini, South African, one of the Directors of Ubuntu Institute working on the achievement of the UN Millennium Development Goals.
- Zem Joaquin, American, eco-luxury specialist and founder of « eco-fabulous » website aiming to make sustainability desirable.
- Analisa Balares, American, Founder and CEO of WomensphereTM, developing media tools, online communities, and an award to inspire and support women willing to make a difference.
- Christian de Boisredon, French, promoting the concept of “impact journalism” through Sparknews, in order to give visibility to positive initiatives throughout the world.