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Taking diversity seriously is vital for organisations to make the best of their human capital, their services and their employership. This isn’t just a matter of morality or business. It’s about keeping a sense of reality, and staying connected to a dynamic and multifaceted environment. Diversity is a potential source of quality for your organisation.
International organisations with diverse teams,
Civil society organisations dealing with ethnic minorities, or groups with members who live in the same country but have different cultural backgrounds.
Become aware of different perceptions and common ground rooted in cultural backgrounds.
Find ways to have dialogues between diverse groups.
Co-creation with our clients is vital to all our services, particular in dealing with Diversity & Inclusion;
We find solutions to challenges by uncovering and dispelling taboos.
A minimum of one day's training, or a programme of several days, according to the client's needs and preferences.
Anywhere in the world.
Our services: consultancy and training
We can advise you on how to:
Our training programmes will help you to:
The challenges of diversity
Many societies today are culturally and ethnically diverse. This presents both opportunities and challenges for organisations:
Taking diversity seriously is vital for organizations to make the best of their human capital, their services and their employership. This isn’t just a matter of morality or business. It’s about keeping a sense of reality, and staying connected to a dynamic and multifaceted environment. Diversity is a potential source of quality for your organisation.
Our approach: superdiversity
The nature of diversity in our societies is changing. Until recently, many societies consisted of a combination of distinct communities. However, they have now become more complex, with multiple differences both among and within groups. Leading researchers describe this as ‘superdiversity’ [link to policy brief].
Multicultural environments today are not so much made up of coherent ‘cultures’ but of different individuals who draw their identities from many cultural sources, and have widely differing backgrounds and histories.
To deal with diversity, it used to be enough to know about a few communities and cultures. But now organisations need policies, interventions and competences that take into account the dynamic and complex nature of diversity today.
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