Inclusion and Diversity
The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) values the diversity of its membership, which is shaped by our historical, cultural, economic, and social contexts. This diversity strengthens our research, scholarship, and practice.
Below you can find more information about NCFR's definition of diversity and the organization's guiding principles for inclusion and diversity.
NCFR also has an Inclusion & Diversity Committee (IDC), a committee of the NCFR Board of Directors. The IDC identifies and examines inclusion and diversity strengths, issues, and opportunities within NCFR; examines how NCFR can enhance its ability to meet the needs of its diverse membership; and celebrates and documents the successes of inclusivity approaches, among other roles. Learn more about the IDC and its members, and contact the IDC, through the committee webpage.