Our commitment to society
Lunalogic is an actor committed to a CSR policy and testifies its desire for social innovation for a balance between its employees and its core values.
We give our employees the possibility to participate in initiatives consistent with their values through specific missions or by strengthening solidarity and community partnerships from diversity events to cultural endeavours together with UNESCO.
LUNALOGIC IS ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN PROMOTING EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CULTURE, ESPECIALLY AT UNESCO.
Creation of “Voices of Peace”: International Concert at UNESCO and in Doha in May 2010.
From the catalogue of the International Festival of Cultural Diversity UNESCO, 2010.
“Due to their offering services and financial advice from London, Paris, Bahrain, and Canada, Fadila Palmer and her company Lunalogic see cultural diversity and understanding as being of the highest importance. There where financial flows tend to know only one world, one that is strictly quantitative, the reality of the world is more than ever shimmering in diversity, which is qualitative.”
“In this perspective, the values held by UNESCO prove to be values for the human future, safer and more vital than the values being traded. Through creating ‘Voices of peace’, Lunalogic rallies under their banner, closer to the needs: for example, through organising entire surgical missions to care for children with serious illnesses, or installing exhibits of Mediterranean artists to support educational activities.”
With the support and participation of Corinne Khoury, President of Over Event and Farida Khelfa, at the gala the Qatar orchestra will hold at UNESCO for the Festival of Diversity with the conductor Amine Kouider – UNESCO Artist for Peace – , Lunalogic is honored to bring one of the most prestigious philharmonic groupings in the world and the “Choeur et Mouvement” children’s choir from Drancy, near Paris. The world-famous voices of Hiba Al-Kawas, Lebanese composer and soprano singer; Djura, Franco-Algerian singer; and Felicitas Fuchs, German soprano will perform classical musical pieces and original works from Marcel Khalife, composer and artistic advisor to the Philharmonic Orchestra of Qatar, accompanied by Bachar Khalife, solo percussionist, tabla and ric, the voices of these children from the suburbs testify to how harmony is easily the reason for this gap.”
“The understanding of cultures is above all the culture of understanding.”