Corporate Responsibility news
Eleonor Sana, skier, ENGIE Talent of the Year 2016
On February 9, 2017 ENGIE, which has been a partner of the Belgian Paralympic Committee (BPC) for 15 years, awarded the fifth ‘ENGIE Talent Of The Year’ trophy to a young Paralympian. This year the trophy returned to skier Eleonor Sana, a double medallist at the recent World Championships.
ENGIE introduces children to energy jobs
Every Saturday, the ToekomstATELIERdelAvenir association introduces children aged between 10 and 14 from socioeconomically disadvantaged areas of the Brussels-Capital Region to jobs and the world of work. ENGIE employees take part in practical workshops.
Ecological and human challenges with Yann Arthus-Bertrand
On February 2, Yann Arthus-Bertrand came to share his views on the Earth and mankind with ENGIE employees. They discussed the ecological and human issues associated with meeting the challenges of the energy transition.
The SMAK and ENGIE are awakening young people to culture
Over the past four years, ENGIE’s policy on corporate social responsibility has enabled students at a work-linked training centre in Ghent to implement projects with SMAK, the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art in Ghent, and to show their work to visitors.
FAPE ENGIE Belgium supports four new projects to promote employment
Too many people in Belgium still have difficulty finding employment. To try to change things, FAPE ENGIE Belgium financially supports organizations that advocate for the inclusion of vulnerable people in the labor market. On 10 October, four new associations shared 23,000 euros.
And the Belgian champions panna 2016 are…
The top 100 Belgian players of Panna, street soccer, met on Saturday, October 22 at Bozar in Brussels to contest the 2016 edition of Belgian Panna Champioship ENGIE Street Heroes. Zoom in on the champions in the different categories. This fifth edition has once again highlighted the values of fair play and living together defended by ENGIE for many years.
Athletes full of energy for the Paralympics
After the Olympic Games, the Paralympic Games took over Rio. Belgium sended a delegation of 29 athletes. Among them, Tim Celen, who received this year the ENGIE ‘Talent of the Year’ award.