Highlights from this year obviously included the team work effort of DHG members pulling together to plan and critically engage with the Cultural Equalities Now conference. The consistent thoughtful collaboration of the group, especially at our summer meeting at Tate, really paid off. The conference got rave reviews illustrating that when we work together DHG can contribute and progress sector wide thinking.
It was also a great year for partnership building with the British Museum and Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP) and we built on our learning from the conference to support the sector in very practical ways.
Our second reading group proved that the London programme would benefit from opportunities for smaller group, informal discussion where we can reflect on our practice and better understand the commonalities in the challenges we face.
And finally, it was a huge privilege to be offered the continuation of the Our Place Network and thinking about how unite practitioners across the UK continues to be an exciting challenge. A great year for DHG boding a promising future.