#MeToo movement demonstrated the power of the creative industries to cause a societal ripple effect for gender actions. The path to equality in the sector, however, is full of impediments such as unequal access to employment opportunities, unfair remuneration, and underrepresentation of women in leadership positions.
En la presentación del Programa Nacional para la Igualdad entre Mujeres y Hombres (Proigualdad) 2020-2024, la titular de Gobernación, Olga Sánchez Cordero, se comprometió a que la Secretaría a su cargo atenderá las acciones que lo integran, en particular, las 93 asignadas a la dependencia que encabeza.
Following an open recruitment process, an independent group of twelve individuals has been appointed to Creative Scotland’s Equalities, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Advisory Group for a period of two years until January 2023.
Community polls and discussion forums about our next strategic plan have clearly placed diversity, equity, and inclusion at the top of the list of priorities that will strengthen the arts sector in Canada.
Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is a key priority for Creative Scotland. In addition to our legislative responsibilities in tackling inequalities and eliminating discrimination, the prioritisation of EDI is crucial to the quality and richness of creative activity and ensuring that as many people as possible can access and participate in arts and culture across Scotland.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a frontline technology with profound implications for human beings, cultures, societies and the environment. While AI has the potential to be our ally in the struggle for a more equitable, fair, and sustainable future, it also poses significant risks and challenges, especially in terms of deepening the existing divides, exacerbating gender disparities, and infringing on human dignity and human rights.