The purpose of this last section is to improve the understanding of diversity management practices in the European area, analyze the reasons why they are not so widespread in European society and reflect on the possibilities of strengthening collective and individual action in a positive direction.
As discussed in Topic 5, preventing and combating
discrimination and managing diversity have become a priority for many
businesses and organizations in both the private and public sectors. In this
context and on the basis of the diversity charters adopted in different
countries, there are many companies and organizations that have developed good
practices in the field of diversity management. In Greece, although
sensitization to diversity management and diversity management itself are
relatively limited, mainly due to the small size of businesses, there are some
examples of good practice, especially by businesses that have a tradition of
corporate social responsibility.