Victorian Peter Mousaferiadis, the CEO of Cultural Infusion, has been invited to present Diversity Atlas at the upcoming 11th World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg, France, taking place from November 6 to 8.

Mousaferiadis is scheduled to deliver his presentation on Tuesday, November 7, at the Palais de l’Europe, as part of Lab 8, focused on Freedom of Expression and Information.

Diversity Atlas, introduced in 2019, is a Diversity Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) tool that, according to the statement from Cultural Infusion, provides organisations with a “data-driven approach to address diversity, equity, and inclusion issues”.

“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,” says the release from Cultural Infusion.

According to the CEO, Diversity Atlas offers organisations an understanding of the diverse cultural backgrounds of their workforce, ensuring each individual is recognised for their various identities.

The software aligns with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. It is utilised by international corporations, including PSA BDP, Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP), Amazon Web Services (AWS), Global Victoria, Epworth Hospital, the Perth Festival, and more.

Peter Mousaferiadis, the CEO of Cultural Infusion, has been awarded the UN Intercultural Innovation Award and the Global Business and Intercultural Peace Award. According to a statement by Cultural Infusion, his “dedication centres around embracing diverse cultural expressions as a means to promote peace and prosperity.”

The World Forum for Democracy provides a platform for leaders and activists to discuss solutions to democracy’s significant challenges. It endorses innovative democratic solutions at the grassroots level and their broader application to reinforce the foundations of democratic societies.

Interestingly, the World Forum for Democracy has no Greek nationals speaking at it, even though Greece is part of the EU and the place where democracy took root.