At DK, we are committed to making inclusive books that reflect the rich diversity of the world we live in. From the stories we tell and the people we represent to the contributors we work with and the ways we reach our readers, inclusivity is at the forefront of our decision-making.
Our books represent all people regardless of age, ability and disability, gender, sexuality, marital status, pregnancy and parental status, religion and belief, and race, culture, and subculture, as well as those of different body types and appearances.
Everyone should see themselves in our books
We want everyone to see themselves, their history, and their experiences reflected in our books. We profile contemporary and historical figures from all races, genders, and backgrounds, and acknowledge eclipsed or ignored contributions from marginalised individuals, groups, and cultures.
Getting our books into more hands
We strive for inclusivity; every topic is explored in meaningful, inclusive ways by featuring identities, voices, and stories traditionally underrepresented. We know that inclusivity will enhance our books and help us to reach new readers around the world.