Eight of England's largest arts employers reduced their gender pay gaps last year, with Arts Council England ending the year with a small gap in favour of women.
Inclusion. It’s a buzz word. Inclusion finds itself in public policy discourse and conversations in development circles. Situated at the interface between policy and political processes, it is relevant in discussions and debates on citizenship and migration, cultural studies, economic theorising, humanitarian standards and the intersection of gender and climate change, among many others.
The recent external evaluation undertaken by the Multilateral Organization Performance Assessment Network (MOPAN), an independent body of 18 countries*, underlines that UNESCO’s progress in mainstreaming gender throughout its operations is particularly strong.
Why do Brazilian women artists set higher auction records than their male counterparts?
On the occasion of the Ministerial Committee for Gender Equality in Culture and Communication chaired by Franck Riester on Wednesday 3 April, the Equality 2019-2022 roadmap was presented. Its ambition: to fight against stereotypes and to advance the place of women in culture.
Thirty years ago, Wendy Motion Brathwaite was a member of Unity Force, a small group formed to educate black youth.