Keep an eye out for Why Not People? @whynotppl (Website coming soon) A members club for disabled people. Hosting accessible live music gigs exclusively for their members and their mates…
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Amara is an award winning subtitle editor that makes it easy and very cheap to caption and translate video. There are many ways to do it, either via their free DIY platform, or for a small fee you can host a community of volunteers to caption for you or Amara offer their own cost effective […]
Gendered Intelligence provide training, support, activities and resources for trans people and those who work with them, support them or proivde services that trans people may need or use. GI work across all sectors, with particular specialisms in working with younger trans people and the arts. Full information and some free downloadable resources available on their website. Regular […]
Arts Alliance is the national body for promoting arts in the Criminal Justice System. they have a healthy resources section on their website including an evidence library and guidance. They also offer professional mentoring. We suggest this is your starting point for any working involving the criminal justice system.
I offer reliable, professional and affordable visitor research, audience development, evaluation and marketing consultancy for museums, archives and heritage organisations. Familiar with small budgets, limited resources and tight turn-arounds, I can provide insights into your existing and potential audiences which lead to practical, actionable outcomes – for your audience development and activity plans, marketing plans, […]
The Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) is a network of national organisations committed to equal opportunities, social justice, good community relations, respect for human rights and an end to discrimination based on age, disability, gender and gender identity, race, religion or belief, and sexual orientation. They have an excellent free newsletter that we trawl regularly […]
ArchivesNext is a US based blog by Kate Theimer, she is compiling case studies for a publication on participatory archives watch this space.
nef (the new economics foundation) is an independent think-and-do tank that inspires and demonstrates real economic well-being. They aim to improve quality of life by promoting innovative solutions that challenge mainstream thinking on economic, environment and social issues. They have excellent research and resources to underpin your work.
Nesta, nef and the The Lab are behind the cross sector co-production network for practitioners working on design and delivery of services by citizens and professionals in equal partnership.
In the People and Places section of their website, English Heritage explore how important aspects of our past are reflected in the buildings of our towns and cities, for example disability history, transatlantic slavery and women’s history.