Inclusion

Nous sommes convaincus que c’est dans la nature des arts de brandir un miroir critique de la société, et de briser les barrières  entre ses différents groupes. Cependant, notre secteur reflète-t-il fidèlement les communautés dans lesquelles nous vivons ?

Ce débat se penche sur l'urgence d'ouvrir les arts à l'ensemble de la société – à toutes les classes, les ethnicités, les capacités physiques de chacun, et à tous les milieux qui la constituent. 

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The present Brainstorming report on “Social Inclusion: partnering with other sectors” is the result of the brainstorming process between 35 participating organizations, both from the cultural and other sectors.
Seit zwei Jahren kann man es wissen: Es herrscht eine krasse Schieflage im Theaterbetrieb, wenn es um die Repräsentanz von Frauen und Männern geht: In Leitungspositonen und im Regie-Fach gibt es sehr viel weniger Frauen als Männer, unter den aufgeführten Schauspielautor*innen sind sie in der Minderzahl, ebenso wie zumeist in den Ensembles. Dazu verdienen sie oft wesentlich schlechter als ihre männlichen Kollegen.
The Culture Change Guide is a toolkit that's been guided by best practice recruitment principals and explores how you can think about developing a diverse workforce and leadership.
Support for arts and disability has increased over the past few years. But do programmers have unconscious prejudices? Nina Mühlemann speaks to Unlimited 2018 artists and producers – and shares some advice.
image from Acting together #with refugees - © Teatro dell'Argine
Acting Together #WithRefugees is a project led by Teatro dell'Argine (Italy) aiming to foster the social inclusion of refugees and asylum seekers through artistic tools and through the settling of a close cooperation with local institutions, organizations, associations and individuals working in the social, educational and cultural fields.
MUNICH — In the summer of 2015, the world watched in astonishment as Germans cheered crowds of refugees streaming into train stations throughout the country. Scenes from that unprecedented — and short-lived — moment of welcome form part of “What They Want to Hear,” one of two current productions about exile and its ordeals at the Münchner Kammerspiele, one of Munich’s, and Germany’s, most important theaters.
Endless, Community Dance Project. Dançando com a Diferença © Júlio Silva Castro
Acesso Cultura (Portugal) considers that, thanks to the continuous promotion of accessibility and the legislation in force, professionals in the cultural sector are more aware now of the existence of physical barriers to cultural venues. However, in addition to the legislation not being implemented, it is also true that our reflection on access does not go much further than the physical aspect and, even in this case, beyond the need for ramps and adapted bathrooms.
Women are the major consumers as well as the largest percentage of employees in the arts. Yet their presence as artistic leaders remains low or, in some sectors, non-existent. Of the 28 organisations presently funded under the Australia Council framework of the major performing arts, only three, Black Swan Theatre Company, Orchestra Victoria and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, have female artistic leaders
Samantha Robinson and James Atherton in Andrea Dunbar’s Rita, Sue and Bob Too at the Royal Court, London, in 2018. Photograph: Tristram Kenton for the Guardian
Publicly funded art is still dominated by a privileged elite who fail to engage the majority of the population
This is a list of initiatives started in different countries after the Weinstein case. It's not exhaustive, and could be further updated at a later stage (also with your help - feel free to share your own resources!). This list was helfpul to prepare the discussion on bullying and harassment in the performing arts held at IETM Porto, April 2018.

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