Ubisoft is launching a five-year plan to improve racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity in its studios and the company’s larger company.
According to reports released by the GI.biz, a blog post from Ubisoft delved into the Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry publisher’s work culture, based on a new initiative called Project Rise.
It looks to diversify the department’s staff by increasing the number of people with different backgrounds focusing mainly on the issue of gender equality, race and ethnicity, LGBTQIA+ inclusion and disability inclusion present at different sectors of the company.
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We know that we’ve got room for expansion when it comes to the representation of racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity, both within Ubisoft and the gaming industry at large, said sikka, vice president of global diversity. With this in mind, we created a multiyear strategy called Project Rise, to keep Ubisoft at the forefront of its players’ diversity with a focus on ethnic, ethnic and cultural diversity.
“Over the next five years, we’ll focus on three key areas: talent acquisition, internal talent development, and external talent pipeline development.
“We know that different people experience life and work differently, because we have different opportunities and barriers. addressing the obstacles in the workplace is a key to a successful response.
Numerous entertainment companies have become increasingly focused on diversity in recent years, including Take-Two Interactive, Disney and many more. In another case, a “frat boy culture” allegedly caused a swarm of lawsuits against Activision Blizzard.