Ubisoft observes the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia

In 1990, May 17 became a symbolic date for the LGBTQ+ community, when the World Health Organization (WHO) removed homosexuality from the list of mental disorders. Since then, much has been accomplished, but the work continues.

For Ubisoft, fostering a workplace that promotes diversity, inclusion, and respect is the right thing to do because it’s what makes us strong and unique. To mark this important date, the studio has developed and participated in a number of initiatives to raise awareness of these issues among the public and our colleagues.

Ubisoft and Fondation Émergence: a strong message that resonates throughout Quebec

Through a partnership with Télé-Québec, Ubisoft Montreal is proud to help share Fondation Émergence’s message of awareness and support for LGTBQ+ families. Watch the video below (in French only).

Round table at the McCord Museum: How can art help fight homophobia and transphobia?

The McCord Museum, Ubisoft and Les 3 sex* invite you to a discussion on May 17 at 6pm about queer art and its representation as a tool for agentivity. Simon Ducharme, a studio’s narrative writer, will join guests for this discussion in conjunction with the exhibition “JJ Levine: Photographies queers “. For more details, visit the museum’s website.

DIVERSITY microlearning on gender plurality

Our colleagues were invited to participate in a micro-training session aimed at combating resistance to change by raising awareness of the experiences of people of gender diversity. It was an opportunity to explore concepts that specifically address the realities of trans and non-binary people and to hear testimonials from people who have made transitions in the workplace.

The conference was facilitated by Interligne, a specialized support and information center for people affected by sexual orientation and gender plurality. Thank you to everyone who participated!