There are many ways that you can promote diversity -whether this is in the workplace, school/college or within your community.
Think about what diversity means to you and how ideally you would want it to be demonstrated where you are. If you know what you want and are passionate about this idea, people will be more likely to join you in your vision.
If you're filling in a survey that asks about your opinion on diversity, be honest. Having lots of ideas and thoughts about the subject of diversity is helpful for companies because it means that they know in what areas they can improve and strengthen in.
If you read, see or hear something that you feel is discriminating against a certain group, speak to someone about it. Everyone's differences should be recognised, respected and valued and if there are changes to be made, then change it!
Find organisations that are passionate about combating issues about diversity and find out what they do. A lot of these organisations are always looking for volunteers to help with events, fundraising or generally championing their cause.
Know your rights! No matter your race, religion, sexual orientation, social or economic background, you should never be made to feel inferior or lower than someone else. Report any hate crimes to the police and find others that you can confidently speak to that you trust.
Here are some orgainsations that promote and champion diversity:
Stonewall - their mission is to promote diversity in all people groups within commuinities, workplaces and institutions