The video series from Vogue Mexico shares the stories of inspiring Mexican and Latin American women.
Condé Nast Entertainment
Last Chance U is a documentary inspired by a GQ U.S. article and produced by Condé Nast Entertainment.
PPA Award Winner
British Vogue's Forces for Change issue won the Diversity Initiative of the Year at the British Professional Publishers Association (PPA) Awards.
Tatler Russia's June 2020 issue tells the unique stories of Special Olympics athletes who have intellectual disabilities.
Senator Tammy Duckworth on the Attack That Took Her Legs
In an in-depth interview, Vogue U.S. spoke with Senator Tammy Duckworth about the attack that changed her life.
GQ Global Collaboration
Change is Good
In a first of its kind collaboration, the editors-in-chief from all 21 GQ editions came together to create a manifesto for the brand.
Out Now Live
them. celebrated Pride 2020 with Out Now Live, a virtual event that honored the history and legacy of Pride.
The New Yorker
Voices of American Dissent
The New Yorker published a special archival issue on the theme of American dissent, which explores dissent as an essential component of the American story and the American future.
Teen Vogue’s Generation Next is a mentorship initiative that identifies and champions emerging designers who are up next to lead and push the fashion industry forward.
GLAAD Award Winner
GQ Mexico: “I am gay and I am proud to talk about it”: Jorge Luis Martínez, Mexican Skater.
Vogue Change is an initiative launched by Vogue Japan in March 2020.
GQ India explores the the historical inequalities faced by the Dalit community, highlighting Dalit millennials who are determined to change the way the world thinks about their caste through their music, art and literature.
Coders Who Survived Human Trafficking Rewrite Their Identities
Wired U.S. explores how at a Bay Area nonprofit, former abuse victims are learning to code to level up their futures.
From those tackling systemic racism to disability discrimination and domestic abuse, gender inequality to the climate crisis. British Vogue’s September 2020 issue highlights the activists determined to make a difference the world over.
Covering Inequality in Health and Wellness
Self is committed to covering the health and wellness landscape with a focus on inequalities that BIPOC people face when seeking diagnosis, care and treatment.
Telly Award Winner
In this special edition of them.’s YouTube series “Drag Me,” Queer Eye's food and wine expert Antoni Porowski underwent his first drag makeover.
For over 15 years, Pitchfork’s RISING has identified, with startling accuracy, the most interesting up-and-coming artists of the moment — before they break through.
Models Halima Aden, Ikram Abdi Omar, and Amina Adan made fashion history as the first ever group of hijabi models to appear on a Vogue cover.
Total Global Gender
Coming 2021 *
*Options to select Non-Binary or Declined to Answer will be introduced to all markets throughout the next year and reported in our 2021 data.
All data represents January 1, 2020 through August 31, 2020. Totals may not add up to 100% due to rounding. Data was supplied by the Condé Nast People team and will be updated for a full year reporting set in January 2021. Gender data reflects our global workforce while race and ethnicity data reflects our U.S. workforce only, where we can legally collect such information. All data excludes freelancers. Editorial data includes Condé Nast Entertainment and Senior Leadership is defined as the top three of eleven possible job levels at the company.