Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Nigeria

In our first “Featured Insight,” we examined the question of “Are race and ethnicity universal issues that employers should be addressing with a common approach?” by exploring the unique situations in the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Malaysia/Singapore; its follow-up piece examined that same question with a focus on India.

For part three of this ongoing series, we’re traveling to Africa to shift the spotlight on the country of Nigeria. Nigeria is a burgeoning economic powerhouse and growing country with a complex history and fractured present, where people of the same color are separated by a host of different factors, including politics, culture, and religion.

This in-depth resource answers the question of what diversity in Nigeria really means and defines the current issues regarding equity and inclusion that multinational organizations must know to succeed.

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Every country has distinct diversity, equity, and inclusion challenges. Check out the new Global DEI Challenges Map to explore key diversity factors around the world.