Vodafone’s commitment to Diversity & Inclusion


At Vodafone we don’t just recognise diversity, we celebrate it!

We believe that the opportunities and promise of a better digital future should be accessible to all and are committed to ensuring that the more vulnerable are not left behind on the journey towards that future. Through our technology, we will work to bridge the divides that exist and help people to contribute equally and fully to society.

More information about Vodafone’s diversity & inclusion agenda is available here.

Vodafone Supply Chain function embrace diversity. Our 600 employees are based in over 23 markets and come from over 50 different nations so, we understand the opportunities that arise from having a diverse workforce and we take any opportunity to ensure that we create an inclusive environment for all.

We employ over 36,500 women in Vodafone globally and provide opportunities for thousands more across our supplier base. We believe that achieving greater gender parity will strengthen our company further still.
Diverse suppliers bring a huge positive impact to our businesses and ultimately to our customers. Therefore, we commit to supporting diverse suppliers, identifying partners who also embrace diversity in their workforce and influence companies in their supply chain to do the same.

We want our partners to support Female led Businesses

In 2020, Vodafone announced our partnership with WeConnect International to identify brilliant female owned businesses to embed into our supplier base. Via the organisation we have been introduced to many relevant and inspiring businesses. We hope that you will be too.

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We want our partners to help us increase diversity in the technology sector.

We know that there is bias and a lack of diversity and inclusion in the technology sector. By working together, we can all make a difference.
ChangeTheFace encourages companies and individuals to consider how they can make tech more inclusive and make a commitment to change.

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We want our partners to train their teams on unconscious bias.

Unconscious bias refers to prejudice that we are unaware of. It can affect workplaces and organisations. It can introduce unintentional discrimination and result in poor decision making. Unconscious bias can be a huge setback in creating a truly diverse and inclusive workplace.


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