Feminin Pluriel Global and Feminin Pluriel Clubs around the world regularly host both virtual and in-person events. 
If you are interested to join, please get in touch!

FP Luxembourg – An Invitation to Celebrate International Women’s Day – Wednesday March 8, 2023

This year, Féminin Pluriel Luxembourg has the great pleasure of welcoming Hénoké Courte, a Sorbonne graduate, professor of history and geography, author of children’s books, Honorary Consul of Ethiopia,mother, politician elect and founder of Regards d’Enfants d’Éthiopia Foundation for an evening of passionnate discussions about being an Ethiopian born female fullfill her dreams and realize awesome achievements in Luxembourg.


FP Luxembourg – Christmas Dinner 2022, Tuesday December 13, 2022 at 19;00; Chalet Tiger & Tiffany by Laurence

Let’s sparkle this Christmas season!

For our traditional Christmas dinner, we are pleased to announce that the Chalet Tiger & Tiffany by Laurence is entirely privatised for us! So, let’s give ourselves a break, enjoy the cosiness of the winter, give in to the seasonal delights and maybe even dare to dance? Christmas time is there to reconnect and be there for one another.


FP Luxembourg – Mediation In Business by Dr. Jan Kayser – Mar. 15 Nov. 2022 de 19h00 à 23h00 – Mirabelle

On Tuesday 15/11, FPL is pleased to welcome you for a‘conference dinner followed by an immersive debate on the growing importance of mediation in business held by Dr Jan Kayser. Jan Kayser is in charge of The Centre of Civil and Commercial Mediation (CMCC). The institution is specialised in the field of civil and commercial mediation as defined in article 1251-2 (1) of the New Code of Civil Procedure.


FP Luxembourg x Cap4 Group – Women in the Digital World – December 15th, 2021 at 6.30 p.m. – Cap4 Group premises in Bertrange (Luxembourg)

Féminin Pluriel Luxembourg undergoes a new path with Cap4Group: Women in the Digital World

According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report, 50% of all employees will need reskilling by 2025 and 9 out of 10 jobs in the future will require digital skills. To meet current and future skills requirements, there is an urgent need to attract more females into IT occupations and help advance females into IT leadership positions.