After many years of working on culture and disability, the ENCC decided since 2018 to highlight equality and diversity as a central topic for the network.
Watch webinar recordings and get resources from panelists
On December 1st, we gathered with experts, human rights campaigners, trade unionists and cultural operators to discuss and reflect on
'We have to know the law in terms of equality, but we also have a duty to go beyond the bare minimum of what the law requires us to do.' - Zita Holbourne, artist, trade unionist and human rights campaigner, opening the webinar
- how equality could be a focus for reshaping cultural centres after COVID-19
- how to unhinge prejudices and cultural divisions
- how marginalized groups can reclaim culture
- how privileged cultural operators can self-diagnose their own organisations and start to put them on the path of diversity and equality
On its dedicated resource base, you'll find the recording of the panel discussion, the speakers' presentations, and videos, articles and websites shared by the panelists.
You can also find quotes and pictures from the panel discussion on our Twitter feed.