Victoria Hollows and Virginia Tandy convened a stimulating discussion entitled: ‘The Just Museum’. Delegates were asked to consider ‘should social justice be at the core of every museum, informing all aspects of their work? Is there a shared definition of the term and what does it take to deliver this agenda? Tracy-Ann Smith (DHG), Jim Tough (Saltire Society) and Jocelyn Dodd (Leicester University) helped facilitate the session. Find highlights from the conference here.
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