At GlobalRank.Top, we recognize the value of diversity and representation in editorial content. We aim to provide rankings, perspectives, and insights that are inclusive and reflect the diversity of our global audience.
Our rankings span topics like countries, universities, corporations, athletes, and more. We make best efforts to ensure the entities we rank represent diverse geographic regions, industries, sports/disciplines, demographics, and other categories.
Before finalizing any new ranking, we analyze the entity list to identify any lack of representation. Underrepresented groups are actively sought for inclusion by expanding data sources.
To reduce systemic biases, our analysts use both quantitative and qualitative data from a wide array of reputable global sources. We continuously evaluate and expand our approved data sources to fill representation gaps.
Particular priority is given to including data that highlights underrepresented groups and/or challenges assumptions. This provides balance.
The commentary and analysis we publish provides diverse viewpoints on ranking results and implications. Internal experts from different backgrounds are consulted. Guest contributors also share insights that add perspective.
We directly seek out subject matter experts from underrepresented groups to contribute diverse opinions. Authors are encouraged to highlight issues of representation relevant to their topic.
By making diversity and inclusion core priorities across all content initiatives, we produce editorial that confronts biases and provides multidimensional insights of value to readers worldwide.