Workpiece – Alexander Sonnberger, Metal technology/Civil engineering technology, second-year apprentice (photo)

Alexander Sonnberger
Metal technology/Civil engineering technology, second-year apprentice

As a company that operates on five continents and at around 500 Group companies and locations, voestalpine also has a responsibility to society. The company actively fulfills this responsibility and supports social, cultural, and educational activities in many different ways.

voestalpine demonstrates this commitment by way of projects of various sizes within the scope of long-term sponsoring partnerships or collaborations. Each year, the Group and its companies receive a host of suggestions and inquiries for sponsorships and assistance.

When selecting those projects that will receive support, it is a particular priority for voestalpine that they are in line with corporate values and generate a sustainable benefit for society.

In April 2012, the German translation of the Handbook of Prejudice: Origins, Impact, Relevance was published by the Sir Peter Ustinov Institute in Vienna. In this collection of essays, international experts write about major groups of prejudice, such as anti-Semitism, sexism, racism, religious prejudice, and class prejudice as well as prejudice based on age, illness, and disabilities. The publication of this book was subsidized by voestalpine.

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