Sisterhood is global: Dior launches an online educational platform

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Dior announced the launch of the online educational platform dedicated to gender equality and women's leadership under the Women@Dior program. Students from different countries will have access to exclusive courses taught by professors from leading schools, including Central Saint Martins in London, HEC, and CentraleSupélec in Paris as well as Bocconi in Milan.

The new program will start on June 9 and will last a year. The main idea of the project is to help young women "to unlock their potential by developing their self-awareness, being encouraged to dare for the career of their dreams, and to join a unique network-based on sorority".




After completing a series of lectures, participants of the course will be able to put their skills into practice and create their project aimed at supporting young girls as part of the Dream for Change initiative. The creators of the best works will receive financial support from the LVMH luxury holding.

"Today, more than ever, we need to build a future that is more inclusive, fairer, and more responsible by enabling younger generations – regardless of gender, background or social background – to become tomorrow's talent," said Pietro Beccari, Chairman and CEO of Christian Dior Couture.


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