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‘Making the Creative Majority’ analyses ‘What Works’ to support equity, diversity and inclusion in creative education and identifies critical points for intervention for the creative industries, education providers and policymakers to ensure the UK’s creative industries are inclusive and equitable.
Continuing its commitment to accessibility and inclusion, Qatar Foundation hosted two accessible art workshops as part of its Artful Minds exhibition – which, in partnership with the International Artists Doha, is celebrating the intersection of art, health, and wellness.
Los planes de Justicia y Desarrollo que impulsa el Gobierno de México, a través de los institutos nacionales de los Pueblos Indígenas (INPI), Antropología e Historia (INAH) y de Lenguas Indígenas (Inali), tienen como objetivo la atención a las legítimas demandas de bienestar y equidad de las comunidades indígenas y afromexicanas de nuestro país, en este contexto, se llevó a cabo el diálogo titulado “La cultura, eje transversal en los Planes de Justicia indígena”.
The arts play a vital role in promoting and enhancing public mental health. Being able to access arts events and creative activities can help protect against a range of mental health conditions as well as help manage mental ill-health and aid recovery.
Britain will launch a new, independent standards body to help fight bullying and harassment in the creative industries that will be ready starting next year, Lucy Frazer, U.K. secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, announced Friday. The body, the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority (CIISA), is intended as an authority where concerns over behavior can be raised and investigated confidentially.
Today, as part of President Biden’s National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism, eight federal agencies clarified—for the first time in writing—that Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits certain forms of antisemitic, Islamophobic, and related forms of discrimination in federally funded programs and activities. These wide-ranging protections provide important tools to curb discrimination based on shared ancestry or ethnic characteristics and to better protect the civil rights of all Americans.