The group has 14 Aberje associates
Earlier this month, companies from different industries announced the launching of the Movement for Racial Equity – Mover, based on a manifesto that indicates intentions for anti-racist and racial equality issues, especially in the corporate environment.
The movement brings together competitors and partners to promote racial equity. It aims to generate 10,000 new leadership positions for Black people and opportunities for 3 million people in the coming years through actions practices. Another goal is to invest R$15 million per year in processes, structures, cultural change, and investments in qualification and training.
In the document, all companies involved assume a public commitment as agents of change to collectively evolve in the anti-racist journey, purposefully, with their entire value chain. The movement relies on the active participation of CEOs in decision-making and aims to accelerate the transformation processes existing in the member companies and effectively impact society.
In all, there are 45 Brazilian companies that currently participate in the movement, among them are Aberje associates Arcos Dorados, BRF, Cargill, Coca-Cola Brasil, CSN, Gerdau, GPA, Grupo Carrefour Brasil, JBS, Klabin, Grupo Boticário, Sodexo, Vale, and Via.