Research - Global Diversity Practice

Research

Research

Our research helps identify and challenge the barriers relating to Diversity & Inclusion issues

Researching Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace requires studying a wide variety of subject matters and disciplines with a purpose of addressing ethnic identities, gender issues, age discrimination, disability, sexual orientation, cultural and religious backgrounds and much more.

It requires a broad understanding of various research strategies and mastering various tools to uncover inequalities and diversity issues in the workplace in order to formulate theoretical understanding and to translate these into public policies within the organisation on a national and international level as well as on an individual level basis.

Global Diversity Practice brings together researchers, academics, stakeholders, policymakers, and communicators to identify and challenge the barriers relating to diversity issues in the workplace as well as provide thought and practice leadership in areas of labor relations, employment and careers.

We also carry out in-sector studies and have provided our clients across the world with evidence based solutions. Our team have published numerous articles and are particularly interested in under-researched topics. We employ various research methodologies to deliver results for our clients.

Government of Tanzania

Government of Tanzania

The Unit commissioned Global Diversity Practice to develop an Action Plan and Diversity Management Toolkit aimed at mainstreaming diversity in the Public Service.

Asda

ASDA

Global Diversity Practice researched, designed and developed a Community Liaison Toolkit document presenting the latest demographic, statistical and academic information regarding Ethnicity in the UK in 2014.

Global Diversity Practice

Global Diversity Practice