Chairman’s View

Mahatma Gandhi once said, “ The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members”.

During the last two years of the COVID crises the situations across the globe has considerably deteriorated resulting in increased gap in communities and regions.

While there is commitment and willingness across the large spectrum of the society to address these issues there is no common framework or understanding of how to approach these issues.

Diversity, inclusion, and sustainability are related and need a unified approach as much as possible. These issues exist across the globe both in developed and developing countries.

Driven by the current challenges across the globe ,  a group of us have been working very hard to expedite the framework for Global Equality Standard.

The standard has been developed based on a deep research, analysis of available data, various declarations and recent laws in UK, EU, US and across the Globe.

 The proposed Global Equality standards are developed and intended for use of governments. Businesses and civil societies to make their communities more inclusive.

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace create an environment where all people can feel accepted , valued, and connected around a shared sense of purpose.

We believe our work will make a real difference and we are committed to working with all interested organisations towards achieving inclusive societies in the world.

We are driven by another quotation from Mahatma Gandhi “ If I have the belief that I can do it , I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning”

Mohan Kaul