Social welfare has an effect on all members of society. But this is not always the case and is why educational, employment and cultural initiatives are implemented among the most vulnerable groups. Find out about some of them.
Iberdrola signed up to the European Week of Sport 2022 this Tuesday at the company's headquarters in Madrid. This is an initiative of the European Commission that will be held from 23 to 30 September and will promote actions to promote...
World Braille Day is celebrated on 4 January to raise awareness of the importance of Braille, the means of communication used by blind and partially sighted people for the full realisation of human rights.
The Tokyo Olympics were held from 23 July to 8 August 2021, after a one-year delay due to the pandemic. Meanwhile, the Paralympic Games took place 15 days later: from 25 August to 5 September. Iberdrola, which has been promoting Spanish sport for more than two decades, is now supporting the Olympic athletes in their race to Paris 2024.
Iberdrola group contributes to society by creating wealth and promoting economic and social development. The company also promotes effective equality between men and women in access to employment, training, promotion and working conditions. It also provides support to workers with different abilities, facilitating labour integration and fostering diversity and social inclusion of vulnerable groups.
Our society has changed enormously in recent years. We live in an increasingly global world, where different cultures, races, genders and identities are ever more closely connected. And everyone's needs should all be covered equally. Iberdrola has been carrying out strategic actions to ensure diversity and inclusion for its workers, customers and suppliers, and to progress toward being a more diverse and inclusive society in all the countries where we are present.
Iberdrola has collaborated with the ADOP Plan, the Spanish plan to support paralympians, since it was initially created in 2005. The plan aims to provide Spanish paralympic athletes with the best possible conditions to train and achieve success in the Paralympic Games.