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Diversity Statement

"On the one hand, all people are equal, on the other hand, people are different due to their historical and cultural affiliations."*

Our counterpart is important to us. In its entirety – with its preferences, talents, dreams, affiliations, and identities. We demonstrate this through our actions, our social commitment, and our language. Our position is clear; we condemn all forms of discrimination and racism and are committed to value-oriented and economic behavior – for example as a founding member of the Enkelfähig movement. Furthermore, we are convinced that a mixed composition of our teams with younger and older colleagues, different genders, people of different ethnic or social backgrounds, nationalities, or world views leads to significantly better results.

Our language

We strive to make our website as gender-neutral and accessible as possible. We endeavor to use gender-neutral terms. Any failure to do this is purely unintentional. If there are any expressions on our website that are not correct or are perceived as discriminatory, we would be happy to hear from you. Ideally accompanied by a suitable suggestion for improvement.

‘Enkelfähig’, what is that?

Arineo is a co-founder of the “future-proof” (Enkelfähig) movement. For entrepreneurs, big decisions are day-to-day business. Profit or principles? Tradition or transformation? Finding the right balance presents entrepreneurs, and therefore us, with new challenges every day. But our future viability as a society and as entrepreneurs depends on how we define profit and growth. Therefore, we are convinced that economic success, ecological responsibility, and fair cooperation must go hand in hand. This is the only way our grandchildren will be able to benefit from our successes in the future.

* Citation reference: Fortuna, Florentine, and Bettina Uhlig: What if: inclusive art education.
In: Relationships and Affinities. Relationality in pedagogy, art, and art education. Published by Jochen Krautz. Munich: 2017, page 170