Valuing Diversity means being responsive to a wide range of people unlike oneself, according to any number of distinctions: race, gender, class, native language, national origin, physical ability, age, sexual orientation, religion, professional experience, personal preferences, and work style.
Carnevale, A.P. and Stone, S.C. (1994) Diversity: beyond the golden rule. Training and Development, October, pp. 23-39.
Related terms: Citizenship Cross Cultural Cultural competence Globalisation Human Rights Multiculturalism Pluralism Tolerance