Peter Mousaferiadis invited to present at the 11th World Forum for Democracy


Cultural Infusion’s CEO Peter Mousaferiadis has been invited to the 11th World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg, France (6–8 November).

Mr Mousaferiadis is presenting Cultural Infusion’s innovation Diversity Atlas at the Palais de l’Europe on Tuesday, 7 November as part of Lab 8: Freedom of expression and information.

Launched in 2019, Diversity Atlas is the world’s most sophisticated and simplest diversity Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) tool. It offers organisations a sustainable, data driven approach to diversity, equity and inclusion. The product of more than seven years of scientific and community R&D and underpinned by its Global Database of Humanity, Diversity Atlas gives organisations a nuanced, multifactorial understanding of their workforce’s rich cultural diversity, ensuring that everyone is counted as the multidimensional person they are.

Diversity Atlas is aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and has been adopted by leading multinationals and organisations across the world, including supply-chain firm PSA BDP, global technology company Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP), Amazon Web Services (AWS), Global Victoria, Epworth Hospital, the Perth Festival and many others.

Peter Mousaferiadis is the visionary Founder and CEO of cultural enterprise Cultural Infusion (est. 2002 in Melbourne). Mr Mousaferiadis has a background in music, as a conductor and creative director. He is the winner of more than 15 international awards for his work, including the United Nations Intercultural Innovation Award, Global Business and Intercultural Peace Award. His lifelong passion has been to embrace diverse cultural expressions as a path to peace and prosperity.

The World Forum for Democracy is a platform for political decision-makers and activists to debate solutions to key challenges for democracies. By identifying and analysing initiatives and practices, the Forum highlights and encourages democracy innovations at the grassroots and their transfer on a systemic level to strengthen the foundations of democratic societies. The Forum contributes to the evolution of democracy towards more participatory and inclusive structures and institutions.




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