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Position paper

Working safely and inclusively through COVID-19 and beyond

Best practice inclusivity principles for arts and cultural organisations
Publisher
Disability discrimination Arts citizen participation Arts venues Cultural industries Health equity People with disability Accessibility Cultural diversity Disability Australia
Description

This document outlines a set of clear principles to aid and support the Australian arts and cultural sector to make decisions inclusively, and to go beyond compliance and celebrate diversity as society and the economy re-open in a post-COVID-19 environment, specifically through the lens of disability.

The principles and the examples of good practice offered are an essential resource for all staff across arts and cultural institutions. They contain practical guidance for artistic, technical, management, and public-facing teams. Arts Access Australia believes that implementation of the principles will assist all arts organisations to provide better support of and more meaningful participation by their audiences and visitors, artists, and their creative, technical, and support workforces who identify as D/deaf, Disabled or neuro-divergent.

Publication Details
Access Rights Type:
open