With this project, I want to contribute to a better understanding of corporate Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) discourses across countries and languages. My aim is to compare the development of D&I discourses by analyzing multimodal non-financial disclosure published in Brazilian Portuguese, Italian and English between 2013 and 2021. The study employs a corpus-based discourse analytical approach building on corpus linguistics and (visual) content analysis to compare multimodal D&I discourses by listed banks in Brazil, Italy, and the United States. Results will provide further indications regarding the so-called “country-of-origin effect” in the communication of corporate D&I. They may further inform corporate communication professionals to guarantee strategic, responsible, socially committed, and impact-oriented communication of D&I across corporations.