Workplace Inclusion Forum#2 : Diversity,Equity & Inclusion in media and communication industry

Mixity has organized its 2nd Workplace Inclusion Forum dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the media, communication and content production.

Workplace Inclusion Forum#2 : Diversity,Equity & Inclusion in media and communication industry

Key players in this sector have given the opportunity to speak, as they have an essential role to play in changing representations in our society.

The afternoon was punctuated by interventions of national and international personalities, debates on complementary themes.

This year, the central topic of this professional DE&I event was :

"How does the content production industry and the media influence the public on Diversity and Inclusion?

The afternoon was punctuated by interventions of national and international personalities and debates on complementary themes. The speakers were able to share their expertise and the various round tables provided insights into the progress to be made on the topics:

Sequence 1: Broad Plan on Diversity in Media and Content Production How does the media influence the public on D&I?

◾️ From narrative to reality with the participation of Anna Marsh, CEO de Studio Canal , Pauline Dauvin- Vice president Programming and Original Productions Acquisitions  et Acquisitions At The Walt Disney company France and  Jean-Louis Blot - President of Endemol France

◾️Media industry: gender issues with the participation of  Harmonie Freyburger - Vice president of Women in Games, Sabri Derinöz - Expert D&I media at  Media & Diversity in actions and  Tatiana de Fancqueville - General Director of La Tribune.

Session 2: Making content creation and production more inclusive

◾️Making production more inclusive: the butterfly effect with the participation  Giles Fichteberg - President of the AACC advertising delegation Julie Langlade - Founder of Pic & Pick, Marie Schenfele - Director of CSR at Canal+ et Anthony Babkine Co-President of Diversidays

◾️Measuring inclusion: what criteria to evaluate with date versus perception with the participation of Hélène Camouilly - Director of the D&I program at France Télévisions, Sandrine Charpentier - CEO of Mixity, Virginie Sassoon - member of the 21st Century Club - Media and Diversity Group, Géraldine Van-hille - Head of the social cohesion department at ARCOM

Session 3: New media from activism to regulation?
◾️Talk Wokism and trends - Benjamin Abtan, CEO of Anti Racism Now

◾️Media 3.0 Diversity and Inclusion with Vanessa Chicout - Vice President of Afrogameuses, Olivier Mauco - President of Game in Society and Research Professor at Sciences Po, Stella Jacob - Expert moderator of Matevers Game Designer

Talks have widely highlighted the many actions taken to improve the inclusiveness of all diversities in the media (source, interviews...), in front of and behind the cameras, in the universe of video games and the virtual world.

Mixity has created for the WorkPlace Inclusion Forum, the "DE&I intiative Award", open to associations and companies.

The criteria used to decide between the various proposals were based primarily on :
>The overall quality of the project
>Creativity / innovation
>The award winners

After reviewing all the entries and enthusiastically deliberating, the jury awarded five prizes (Gold, Silver, Bronze, Favorite, Digital Impact):

  • GOLD - The Sandbox/People of Crypto and Nyx, represented by Rémy Bompar, Operations Manager, presented by Sandrine Charpentier,
  • SILVER - La Chance, represented by its president Marc Epstein, presented by Virginie Sassoon,
  • BRONZE : Bechdel IA, represented by Chloé Daudier, co-developer, presented by Dominique Crochu, co-founder of Mixity
  • FAVORITE: Visible represented by Florence Dauchez, co-founder, presented by Tatiana de Francqueville
  • DIGTIAL IMPACT: Simone Média represented by Céline Daugenet, Associate Editor, presented by Adrien Figula-Letort.

Find the replay here :

Thank you for our partners : AACC, AFL Diversity, Diversidays, LaTribune, Chut, Têtu

Copyright : Mathis Queraux