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16th May 2017 29 seconds read
In coalition with Addaction, Green Park’s Charities and Social Enterprise Practice have created a report intended to challenge the charity sector to rethink their diversity and inclusion strategies and to embed D&I best practice across all parts of the organisation within their corporate strategy.
The report warns that diversity “too often feels like something entirely separate from the wider corporate strategy: a bolt-on, an obligation or a short-term fix, or something to be addressed when the finances are stable, the top team is in place and the agenda is riding high in government”.
This article was published in the Civil Society on 8th May 2017. To read the full Civil Society article, click here.