“There’s a saying that goes “Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance”.
I see Inclusion as the freedom to claim with confidence one’s place in the world, without the possibility of it being taken away at any moment, beyond the trends of tokenization. Because Diversity is meaningless when not allowed to have a voice.
For me, Inclusion is about more than just stating the equality of all people: it is a concept that stems from the understanding that we are not all equal yet, we go through very broad and different life paths, and as such we all deserve to share our own history.”