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500 international organizations commit to disability inclusion

by The 100 Companies

After two years, The Valuable 500 announced that it reached its goal of securing leaders from 500 international organizations to commit to putting disability inclusion on their board agenda.

In doing so, the self-described “global movement” established the world’s largest CEO collective for disability inclusion, with the goal to discover and leverage the potential of the 1.3 billion individuals living with disabilities.

The well-known brand Unilever — parent company to Degree deodorant — is one of the many organizations that belong to The Valuable 500, recently launching Degree Inclusive to provide an accessible deodorant for those with visual impairments and upper-limb disabilities.

Aly Coleman, The OJT 100

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