NEWS | Merrell Inclusivity in the Outdoors Survey Results


A survey of multinational perceptions and experiences, this study from Merrell examines the perceived inclusivity of outdoor spaces across the globe.

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Despite the globally recognized benefits of being outside, this study unveils the barriers that many communities face preventing them from fully enjoying the outdoors.

Shockingly the report reveals that Indigenous peoples face discriminatory barriers to being in their natural homes and communities of colour still feel cautious about the safety of outdoor space.

Alarmingly too, the report reveals that women have growing concerns regarding safety outdoors and continue to feel underrepresented.

You can download the full Inclusivity Outdoors Report here.

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