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Diversity and Inclusion

We constantly seek to provide growth and development opportunities for everyone, regardless of their culture, gender, sexuality, and/or age, so that the diversity of ideas and knowledge blossoms in our activities.

Within a broad perspective of diversity and inclusion, which includes many different situations to address, we have focused mainly on two: inclusion of women in agribusiness and labor inclusion of people with disabilities.

We promote a discrimination-free environment, and we have a management program to support our strategy. We carry out the monitoring of specific gender diversity indicators; our personnel selection area conducts awareness training to avoid bias; and we also deal with specific situations as they arise in the different lines of business. Meanwhile, issues such as the integration between work and family life, or the prevention of workplace violence, are also addressed. In addition, for each issue we rely on specialized consulting firms.

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MULTI, Adecoagro's Inclusion Program

In Brazil, we have Adecoagro's Inclusion Program, MULTI, which seeks to maintain a work environment prepared for the challenges of today's world. And at the same time, it aims to motivate and inspire and constantly provide opportunities for development and growth in an equitable manner so that diversity thrives in our activities and operations. This program encompasses five pillars: people with disabilities, gender equality, generations and experiences, LGBTQIA, and race and ethnicity. Currently, we are mainly focused on attracting more people with disabilities to our operations and increasing the number of women in our teams, driving awareness-raising actions to better deal with differences.

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UN Women

Since 2019, we have been signatories to Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) established by UN Women, and we focus on gender equality in our units in Brazil.