Diversity Without Inclusion Isn’t Diversity

The now ex-Google Employee’s Anti-Diversity Manifesto that recently was leaked to the wider world has had the diversity community in hot debate.

The anti-diversity document, which is the personal opinion of one senior software engineer, James Damore, was shared on a company mailing list and set out a number of points questioning Google’s approach and practices with regard to diversity.

Although Mr Damore’s document was not inline with Google’s diversity agenda to sack him could be seen as supporting the fears of people who are apprehensive about or do not see the benefits of diversity training.

Since the manifesto was circulated widely on the Internet, there have been lots of responses and personal opinion published about its contents, what this means for diversity at Google and for diversity issues in general.

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