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The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Creative Diversity is calling for evidence for a year-long research project into how to boost diversity and inclusion in the creative sector.
Volunteer programmes have been suspended and freelance contracts are at risk as museums take measures to sustain themselves through the Covid crisis.
The impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been devastating and far reaching, and we are working with colleagues across the industry to support those who have been hardest hit, and ensuring that we thrive as we recover.
As concerns grow for the arts sector workers who are falling through the net of Covid-19 emergency support measures, the DCMS Committee has announced a call for evidence to help understand the effectiveness of those measures in limiting the economic and social impact of the coronavirus.
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee inquiry examines the impact of COVID-19 on a wide range of industries and organisations under the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s remit.
The coronavirus emergency has plunged the museum, gallery and heritage sectors into huge financial uncertainty. The high fixed costs of caring for collections, historic buildings and monuments mean it is difficult for museums to scale back budgets, while visitor revenue and other key sources of earned income have been entirely wiped out during the busiest seasons of the year.