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Scottish Diversity in Heritage Group meeting – December 2015

This initial session was an introduction to DHG and a chance to gauge interest in establishing a Scottish group. There appears to be interest in creating a space for discussion on how we can make the cultural and heritage sector more inclusive. DHG are very keen to establish partnerships and avoid duplication of work going […]

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News: ‘It’s our job’ ACE announcement on diversity

We warmly welcome the recent keynote Speech by Peter Bazalgette: Delivering on Diversity. He described it as one of the most important speeches he will make, as chair of the Arts Council, as he committed the Arts Council to a ‘fundamental shift in its approach to diversity’. The take home message to all National Portfolio Organisations (NPO) […]

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DHG supports workforce diversity programme

DHG were invited to support the initiation of the British Museum’s new Heritage Lottery Funded programme called Learning Museum. Ten museums have joined forces with the British museum to form a supportive hub. They will each recruit a trainee, someone who would like a career in the sector but has little or no previous experience. Trainee’s […]

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Graham's oral history was recorded months before he died. It was engraved onto a large, white, square slab of soap. It is part of the 'Other Stories' project © Matt Smith

2017 LGBTQI cultural consortium

DHG is delighted to be kick starting discussions in the arts and cultural heritage sectors looking at how we respond to the 50th anniversary of the UK Sexual offences Act 1967. In our experience cultural anniversaries that involve diversity issues can catch the cultural sectors unaware. We want to support cross sector organisations to make a co-ordinated […]

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Gendered intelligence

 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 […]

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How to deal with complaints about ‘gay art’

THIS made me smile!   Posted by Tracy-Ann

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