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  • Commitment A decision is taken at an appropriate level to review their own integration and diversity policies and practices Mandate A person or a working group is designated to carry out the review (the assessor), terms of reference are formulated and resources made available Communication The mandate and activities of the assessor is communicated within the party, as are the results of the review. The party may decide to share this information externally Inventory The assessor agrees on the terminology and make an inventory of relevant management policies and practices Planning A timeline with deadlines is adopted and a list of persons and documents to be consulted Implementation The assessment is carried out according to plan and made a priority for the assessor who may be assisted by an external expert Presentation of Results The results are presented and discussed by the party leadership and may lead to the formulation of recommendations Recommendations The necessary measures are taken to set in motion a process of organisational change. Benchmarking may be a tool to be used to that end
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    • 1. Strategic thinkingon equality andmobilityBecoming a Party of Choice: a Tool forMainstreaming DiversityPresentation by Alex KIRCHBERGER, MPG
    • 2. Our approachParties as social entitiesParties as social entitiesthe diversity and equalitymeasures they advocate are justas relevant and applicable totheir internal operations as tosociety as a wholeParties as social entitiesParties as social entitiesthe diversity and equalitymeasures they advocate are justas relevant and applicable totheir internal operations as tosociety as a wholeEnhancingEnhancing the credibilitythe credibilityand quality of democracyand quality of democracy•Reflecting society’s diversity•Promoting integration and rolemodels•Bridging the gap between citizensand the body politicEnhancingEnhancing the credibilitythe credibilityand quality of democracyand quality of democracy•Reflecting society’s diversity•Promoting integration and rolemodels•Bridging the gap between citizensand the body politic
    • 3. Consulted actorsProject’s Advisory Council• Patrick Lozès (France), Founder and President ofthe Representative Council of Black Associations ofFrance• Mekonnen Mesghena (Germany), Head of theMigration & Diversity Department at the HeinrichBöll Stiftung• Seema Malhotra (UK), Director of the Women’sNetwork of the Labour-linked Fabian Society
    • 4. Consulted actorsPolitical parties at national levelFranceUnited KingdomGermanyPolitical actors at European level
    • 5. A couple of definitionsA couple of definitionsPeople with a migrant background• All legally-residing nationals ofcountries outside of the EU and theirdescendants (including those who arenaturalised)• All EU nationals born outside the EUor with at least one parent bornoutside the EUDiversity and Equality Data• Citizenship• Citizenship of parents• Place of birth• Place of birth of parents
    • 6. The party of choiceThe party of choice
    • 7. Basic level• Recognising the need• Adapting rules• Making statements
    • 8. Lower intermediate level• Translating intentions into actions• Collecting data• Setting up monitoring instruments
    • 9. Upper intermediate level• Becoming an inclusive organisation• Using data to set targets• Proactive recruitment• Proving training and support• Mainstreaming principles across procedures
    • 10. Advanced level• Reflecting society’s diversity• Diverse membership• Giving equal chances to candidates with a migrantbackground• Diverse staff at all hierarchical levels• Diverse pool of suppliers
    • 11. Using the benchmark• Stocktaking of what parties do to integrate diversity andequality principles in their functioning• Formulate detailed plans for organisational change• Benchmark against parties of the same and differentorientations
    • 12. Using the benchmark:internal vs external reviewsreviewed self-assessment
    • 13. EN: http://migpolgroup.org/benchmark/politicalparties_en.htmlFR: http://migpolgroup.org/benchmark/french/politicalparties_fr.htmlDE: http://migpolgroup.org/benchmark/german/politicalparties_de.html
    • 14. Acting on equality andmobilityThank you for your attention!