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Opinion

Japan's diversity challenge is about social inclusion

Self-righteousness is not the issue

| Japan
What many people in Japan wish for is that the "diverse" become mainstream, well ensconced within a widened range of social norms. (Photo by Karina Nooka) 

From Jody Ono, a leadership development instructor based in Tokyo, and a thought partner of Global Perspectives.

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