Invisible in the
We support the Sustainable Development Goals
We want to work with you to call out inequity and take steps towards a fairer and more inclusive society. We hope to highlight experiences and challenges faced by people who have been historically marginalised, so that all voices in society are heard, and that they are also heard in research and business settings.
This mission focuses on diversity among business leaders and how businesses can ensure that all voices are heard, including Indigenous peoples, and people of all genders, ages and ethnicities. We ask how we can make sure that research is inclusive, so that everyone in society is represented fairly. We look at work on transforming organisational culture, and discuss the value that increased diversity brings.
This mission supports our Responsible management goal
On this page
- Introduction by Richard Oloruntoba
- Author thoughts
- Can we do more to ensure that indigenous voices are amplified through research?
- How can organisational culture be transformed to embrace diversity?
- What value does increased diversity bring to the boardroom & business?
- First voices first – opening up access to make voices heard
- Indigenous voices
- Talk to us about your work
- Our four goals
First voices first – opening up access to make voices heard
We’re really passionate here at Emerald about making research that matters as impactful as possible – that’s why we’ve started a new pilot project with The Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL).
This mission is one of four that are part of a wider focus on Indigenous peoples. You can find out more about this – and the related missions – on our Indigenous voices page.
Talk to us about your work
We love hearing from researchers and practitioners about their work.
If you would like to contribute to this page, or to a forthcoming page looking at business ethics and the moral compass of companies, please let us know by filling in this form and we’ll get right back to you.