Inc Arts has collated the recommendations, demands and suggestions of those most affected by racism in the arts sector.
The 2021 election statement from D.A.R.E, a self-organised network of Black diaspora, Asian diaspora and ethnically diverse members of the Equity trade union.
A guideline for touring artists and producers who want to make more equitable conditions for touring shows, from contracts to showtime. The Rider is recommended as part of Inc Arts UK's Unlock toolkit.
A practical guide for improving the experiences of ethnically diverse audiences in cinemas, as well as other sections including gender, sexuality, disability, income and class.
A group conversation from artists and arts workers about transforming systems and narratives to create change.
Guests: Joshua Virasami, Dylan Rodríguez, Sonya Childress, Asher Gamedze, Thenmozhi Soundararajan, Kelsey Mohamed, Camille Barton, Aditi Jaganathan
A paper written in response to diversity in the arts sector, and how policy, professional development and public programming meets with the lived experience of the cultural workers.
A guide to direct action, and how to be an accomplice and not just an 'ally'.
Seven Inclusive Principles for Arts & Cultural Organisations working safely through COVID-19 is designed to complement the suite of guidance documents already issued by UK Governments and sector support organisations
This is a new social contract for our work environments that cares for and sustains our artistry and lives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color theatre workers
Developing a new social contract for our work environments that cares for and sustains our artistry and lives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color theatre workers
One year on from the beginning of the pandemic, The Big Freelancer Report maps the problems facing the freelance workforce and makes practical recommendations for change.
The Black Music Coalition (‘BMC’) is dedicated to eradicating racial injustice and establishing equality for Black executives, artists and their communities within the music industry.
Thank you to all those working tirelessly to make anti-racist action.