It is said that Amazon would add "inclusion" to their leadership principles:
Just weeks later after Bezos's memo, Amazon employees shared stories of racial and gender discrimination they experienced at work as part of an effort to add "inclusion" to the company's leadership principles
In another article: Moore's Law for Everything by Sam Altman, the same meaning was expressed using "inclusivity":
A stable economic system requires two components: growth and inclusivity.
I wonder if "inclusivity" would be a better fit than "inclusion" for the Amazon case? In my opinion, "inclusivity" is implying more specifically equal opportunities and inclusiveness without discrimination.