An equal and inclusive society demands the inclusion of voices from all paths and experiences. It demands that we do not give center stage to the loudest and most visible voices, but recognize the diverse expertise and experience held across our society, including differing views.

The British Council with United Nations Nepal and Development Partners in Nepal have pledged to promote Diversity in Dialogue and include more women from historically marginalized groups, such as gender minorities, persons with disabilities, persons from the Dalit community, youth and ethnic minorities in public forums.

A Diversity in Dialogue checklist for organisers is available in the downloads section below.