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Federated Hermes

2022 Top 500 ranking: 42

Creating value by addressing social injustice

Creating value by addressing social injustice

Social injustice occurs when people do not have access to the same rights and opportunities afforded to others, due to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, disabilities or other characteristics. Examples include inequitable access to employment, education, housing, health services and finance; negative stereotypes; and poor and marginalised communities’ greater exposure ...

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