Diversity, equity and inclusion


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NTT DATA EMEAL has a global strategy and framework for action on diversity, equity and inclusion for which it has developed the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy, whose purpose is to align the organisation with a diversity approach that ensures the equity and inclusion of our professionals, while making them a positive asset within our community.

Diversity, equity and inclusion

The strategy designed for the coming years presents lines of commitment and action focused on promoting and communicating local actions, as well as the inclusion of people with disabilities and the increase of gender diversity in senior management, increasing the presence of women in the executive layer while balancing the number of women at all levels of the organisation.

Diversity, equity and inclusion projects


Bootcamp to incorporate people with disabilities to our staff.

  • 2
    • Editions
  • 850
    • Teaching hours
  • 6
    • Months of training
  • 40
    • Students
  • 28
    • Contracting
  • 8
    • Cities

Team Espada

NTT DATA professionals accompany Carlos García Espada, Partner Director affected by ELA towards the 15th time that Team Espada reaches a goal.

  • +60
    • Volunteers
  • 150
    • Runners


Púlsar project to empower adolescent girls developed by NTT DATA Foundation.

  • 113
    • Mentees
  • 11
    • Mentors
  • 2
    • Countries


Educational program to reduce the gender gap through creative technology.

  • +260
    • Participants
  • 80
    • Families

Diversity Talks

Talks to raise awareness about the different diversities in the company.

  • 53
    • Diversity talks
  • +10K
    • Participants

Women Together

Program designed to empower and guide women in management on their way to becoming senior executives.

  • 3
    • Editions
  • 103
    • Participants
  • 7
    • Countries

STEAM Talent

The main risks associated with meeting the performance indicators are the shortage of STEAM talent and the gender gap in these disciplines, which is why the company is promoting initiatives in the e-learning framework to work towards bridging the digital and gender divide