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Top Diversity Blogs for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Best online diversity resources to learn about diversity and Inclusion news for HR and diversity professionals, Job seekers, diversity advocates

It is extremely exciting for us at Diversity.Social that Diversity and Inclusion is one of the hottest topics in companies and NGO organizations recently. In this article, we are going to share with you the top and High Quality diversity and inclusion resources we find online, along with our peers.

Diversity Digest blog at King’s College London

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion are about people and culture, and is grounded in law by the Equality Act 2010 which covers nine protected characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sex. 

The Diversity Digest is our platform to showcase how these characteristics intersect and overlap to make up our everyday human experience and to articulate the relevance and impact of D&I work through stories. 

Berkeley Greater Good Magazine

Greater Good magazine turns scientific research into stories, tips, and tools for a happier life and a more compassionate society. Greater Good magazine is published by the Greater Good Science Center (GGSC) at the University of California, Berkeley. Since 2001, the GGSC has been at the fore of a new scientific movement to explore the roots of happy and compassionate individuals, Diversity, strong social bonds, and altruistic behaviour—the science of a meaningful life.

The Greater Good Science Center studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society.

Diversity for Social Impact

Diversity Inclusion Job Portal

As one of the most read online resources on diversity and inclusion, We are super proud of our focuses and dedication so we are proudly including us as one.

Diversity.Social started as a Social Diversity sharing platform by a couple of diversity and inclusion professionals and advocates. As time goes by and as our readership grows, we are slowly reorganizing our diversity and Inclusion education materials into organized topics. Some of our most-read articles are:

Diversity.Social collects valuable feedback and we gradually expands our topic to cover sustainability as well. For example,

Diversity.Social is read by global readers from the United States, Canada, UK, India, Australia, New Zealand, and all around Europe and Asia too. Our articles are read over 100,000 times a month.

Other than great diversity resources, Diversity.Social also provide comprehensive diversity solutions for companies, check them out!

SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue 

SFU’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue creates real-world impact for society’s most pressing challenges by using dialogue and engagement to co-create solutions, exchange knowledge, support community-engaged learning, and to build the capacity of others in the knowledge and practice of dialogue. They provide excellent topics for:

  • Transparency: We earn trust and legitimacy by proactively disclosing our motives and by transparently communicating the outcomes of our work.
  • Diversity: We believe that success and innovation require the participation of diverse peoples, perspectives and ways of knowing.
  • Curiosity: We host respectful conversations without pre-determined outcomes, where collaborative inquiry serves as an alternative to adversarial approaches.
  • Equity: We support participants in achieving equal voice by removing barriers to participation, reducing power imbalances and counteracting systems of harm.
  • Impartiality: We hold neutral space for others to express their ideas, while recognizing our responsibility to ground these discussions in evidence-based information.

MIT Institute Community and Equity Office

The Institute Community and Equity Officer (ICEO) serves as a thought leader on the subjects of community, equity, inclusion, and diversity; a focal point for organizing MIT’s related activities and conversations; and a hands-on practitioner who disseminates best practices and inspires the awareness and enthusiasm to help them flourish. The acronym ICEO can refer to either the Office – with staff listed below – or to Institute Community and Equity Officer, John Dozier. Even though the diversity blog is not created for mass public education, however I find the blog is very helpful for anyone building out diversity and inclusive teams.

The diversity resources include:

  • age
  • class
  • disabilities
  • educational background
  • ethnicity
  • gender expression
  • gender identity
  • geographical location
  • immigration status
  • income
  • marital status
  • national origin
  • parental status
  • political views
  • pregnancy
  • race
  • religious status
  • sexual orientation
  • work experiences

Ted Rogers School of Management’s Diversity Institute 

Founded in 1999 by Dr. Wendy Cukier, the Diversity Institute has conducted groundbreaking research on diversity and inclusion in Canada, developed impactful programs like the Newcomer Entrepreneurship Hub, external link, opens in new window, championed legislative change on Bill C-25 and has helped companies understand the opportunities of inclusion and develop tools to harness inclusion as a driver for success.

Deloitte Australia Diversity Blog

Deloitte Australia has a great diversity blog that promotes diversity and inclusion. To create sustainable change, diversity and inclusion must be integrated into business infrastructure, managerial capability and the employee experience. THey have many great resources including:

  • Workplace Equality Timeline
  • Generations in the Workplace
  • Workplace Trends
  • Influencer Interviews
  • Toolkit for Change

Diversity Best Practices

The Diversity Best Practices blog has been around for a good long time, they write about many topics and most are around the best practices of diversity and inclusion. Topics include:

  • Tips, Tools and Case Studies from Building an Inclusive Talent Strategy
  • Dimensions of Diversity Facts & Figures

Canadian Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity

The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity was established to support and empower work happening on a collaborative and/or collective level between and within territories, provinces, and Indigenous of peoples such as Canadians, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis. This support comes in the form of educational and arts-based initiatives, research, and resources for schools and communities, ranging from a full day of workshops with ongoing support to week-long training forums with integrated year-long projects as part of its deliverables. The International Day of Pink is part of this programming, where we provide learning kits that make wearing pink a catalyst for change. Lastly, complementary programs facilitated by our Youth Advisory Committee, such as our grants, awards, and scholarships, continue to celebrate the ongoing work already being done in hundreds of communities daily.

Centres for social Impact at Universities

There is a few Centres for Social Impact created at a few renowned Universities around the world in the US, Canada, Australia. You can see their diverse researches such as unconscious and cultural research research and training.

Jennifer Brown Diversity Podcast

Everyone has a diversity story… even those you don’t expect. Hear from leading CEOs, bestselling diversity authors and entrepreneurs as Jennifer uncovers their true stories of diversity and inclusion.

Paradigm Inclusion Insights

What if diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts felt less reactive and more proactive? Paradigm approaches diversity, equity, and inclusion as the critical business practice it is, designing strategies that drive change at a structural level while equipping individuals to create more inclusive cultures every day.

Creating diverse and inclusive teams is both a moral and business imperative. Treating employees fairly while empowering everyone to do their best work is the right thing to do. It’s also critical to building effective, high-performing teams. Just as Paradigm believes diversity and inclusion will make our clients stronger, we know that bringing together people who come from different backgrounds, have different life experiences, and hold different perspectives makes our own team better.

What are the Top Diversity Blogs / Resources?

  • Diversity for Social Impact Blog
  • Berkeley Greater Good Magazine
  • MIT Institute Community and Equity Office
  • SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue 
  • Diversity Digest at King’s College London
  • Ted Rogers School of Management’s Diversity Institute 
  • Deloitte Australia Diversity Blog
  • Diversity Best Practices
  • Canadian Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity
  • Jennifer Brown Diversity Podcast
  • Paradigm Inclusion Insights
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About the author

Susanne Ricee

Susanne Ricee is the Diversity and Inclusion Specialist and Researcher at Diversity for Social Impact. Sue brings over 15 years of HR and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion consultation experience.
Sue's previous experience includes Microsoft, Target, and Kraft. Sue is also the manager of Diversity Leadership Directory