DHG is developing a pilot higher education offer for students. This aims to inform and excite students about diversity issues within the heritage sector. Our pilot partner is Bath Spa University, where we will be presenting to the MA class in Heritage Management. This will help us to further develop the offer for the next […]
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Applications close June 2013 for the AHRC’s capital funding call for digital transformations in community research co-production in the arts and humanities. With community and research needs at its heart – perhaps your organisation might partner with a academic institution to furhter your mutual interests in co-produced research and community outcomes? ‘Building on the creative […]
This report, In-work poverty, ethnicity and workplace cultures by Joseph Rowntree Foundation might prove a useful resource for your HR departments when thinking about progress and barriers to staff or agency staff in low paid positions. The report covers barriers to low paid across all ethnic groups as well as drawing out issues for minority groups. […]
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.
Runnymede Trust is an independent race equality think tank. They engage in research, network building, leading debate, and policy engagement. Runnymede is working to build a Britain in which all citizens and communities feel valued, enjoy equal opportunities, lead fulfilling lives, and share a common sense of belonging. They have a range of projects and […]
Arts Council England has awarded funding for a new initiative to support regional museums in England who want to forge participatory relationships with the public. The winning partnership between The Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past at the University of York (IPUP), The Diversity in Heritage Group (DHG), The Collections Trust and The […]