A study of more than 200 social services and arts groups points to the severity of structural barriers.
New research shows that while media companies are now much more reflective of the community they represent, there is still work to be done on inclusion in journalism.
My research suggests City firms’ efforts to deliver more equal representation at the top have not worked because they were never meant to.
Security vetting is reliant on subjective judgements that may not take into account wider structural inequalities and discrimination.
In its simulation of real world living, without real world limits, The Sims offers players the chance to embody characters that represent their true selves.
Women Talking is a meditation on how we tell stories of rape and a thoughtful exploration of how films can be made.
Scientists are learning that diversity has many perks – whether in multispecies groups of animals or human society.
Emma Tucker’s arrival as editor of The Wall Street Journal means that there are women running the three most important outlets for financial commentary.
Every year, parents have an opinion on the books on their kids’ reading lists – whether they think the books are stale, unchallenging or confronting. How are books and reading taught?
Disability representation in books is an important part of diversity and inclusion.
True workplace diversity goes beyond visible diversity and also includes diversity of personalities, values and attitudes.
Instead of framing discussions about the UK population in terms of a white majority and “non-white” minorities, complexity should be the focus. Britain is increasingly diverse and less segregated.
Canada’s population is more diverse than ever, with many different languages represented. Government policy must reflect that diversity and offer meaningful support to minority languages.
Employers need good strategies to hire and retain more workers of color and older workers. The mandatory diversity training and requisite skills tests many of them now rely on don’t measure up.
Equity, diversity and inclusion policies are being used to obtain status and financial benefit. It’s the very antithesis of EDI as a tool for democratic and equitable citizenship.
Democrats have ridden the West to presidential electoral success since 1992, reversing their poor performances from the 1950s through the 1980s.
These literary works ask readers to rethink the histories of these half-human sea creatures and their role in society today.
Multicultural Jewish families and Jews of color are innovating food-centered holidays to bring their whole selves to the table.
After the first ‘Black Panther’ shattered box office expectations, some critics wondered if it marked the dawn of a new era of big-budget Black films.
Corporations may have amped up their diversity statements, but their promises to promote anti-racist cultures without action plans can lead to greater blocks to success for racialized employees.