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How to support diverse talent

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5259 | Type: Digital File

A Culture Change Guide.

How to create diverse boards

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5255 | Type: Digital File

A Culture Change Guide.

Removing Bias from Shortlisting and Selection Process

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5253 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent.

How to work as an Inclusive Board

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5252 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent.

How to Diversify Proof Your Polices

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5251 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent.

How to collect and use Equality Information

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5250 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent.

How to carry out Performance Appraisals

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5249 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent.

Developing Meaningful Apprenticeships, Internships and Work Experience

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5248 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent

Creating Leadership Development Opportunities to Retain Talented Future Leaders

Artist/Author: Arts Council England | Digital Reference: EF5246 | Type: Digital File

Part of Culture Change Guide: How to find and grow diverse talent

The Incorrigibles: Perspectives on Disability Visual Arts in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Editor: Adrian Plant and Tanya Raabe-Webber | Reference: P3074 | ISBN: 978-1-907796-19-7 | Type: Publication

At the 2015 DASH symposium ‘Awkward Bastards’, artist and CEO of Shape Arts, Tony Heaton posed the question “Is the Disability Arts movement a forgotten movement? In response to this, DASH created a new book that aims to show that Disability arts is alive, well and demands recognition and a place within art history.