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Report finds that many arts organisations lack the expertise or resources needed to meet the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.
The British Film Institute goes one step further and introduces quotas for Lottery-funded films.
The authors write “with passion and authority”, making this book relevant to a wider readership than the title suggests, finds Julia Ient.
The Creative Minds project asks how the work of artists with a learning disability can best join the mainstream. Mark Richardson explains.
How has Northern Ireland’s cultural sector responded to equality and community relations since the Good Friday Agreement? Nicole McNeilly finds out.
The culture ministries in Wales and Northern Ireland have set out plans to put social inclusion at the heart of their policy-making.
Jenny Williams is looking forward to the day when our national cultural institutions are led by a beautiful diversity of people across age, gender and culture.
Willemijn Zandt explores the quest to achieve equality between the sexes by looking at the visual art market.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is committed to promoting equality, as demonstrated in its first Intercultural Arts Strategy.
Viram Jasani sees ACE’s rejection of the Asian Music Circuit’s NPO bid (AP255) as symptomatic of its ambivalence towards race equality and diversity
Suzanne Bull makes the case for disabled access to be at the heart of music venues’ strategic plans – not an afterthought
Niranjan Kamatkar reflects on the impact of society’s slowly changing attitudes towards homosexuality on LGBTQI artists
Dan Baker on what can be done about gender inequality in theatre
Jenny Williams says it’s time to stop ‘parachuting in’ arts projects to diverse communities and instead to support those communities to take the lead
Tony Panayiotou looks at what the ACE’s new policy will do to increase diversity in the arts