Equality Analysis: Development of the Arts Council’s 10-year strategy, 2020-30
The equality analysis covers our development work to date for the Arts Council’s next 10-year strategy, to be published in autumn 2019 and to cover the period 2020-30.
It will continue to be developed and reviewed on an iterative basis through to the publication and implementation of our new strategy.
Arts Council England has a legal duty to consider equality in its policy making. Through this we aim to prevent discrimination and promote equality and diversity for people from protected characteristic groups defined in the Equality Act 2010 – including age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation. We also seek to go beyond our legal duty and ensure that the work we invest in is reflective of the diversity of contemporary England.
This equality analysis reviews and identifies the impact of our decision-making on people from protected characteristic groups. An accompanying Equality Action Plan sets out the steps we will take to address any negative impact of our decisions on equality and diversity across the arts and cultural sector.
Date Published: 24th June 2019
Report Author/s: Abid Hussain, Chris Steward, Collette Cork-Hurst, Jennifer Ngyou
Organisation/s : Arts Council England
Sector: Arts, Culture
Type of Report: Research
Country: England, UK
Keywords: audiences, decision making, diversity, equality, partnerships, policy, service users, staff, stakeholders, strategy, visitors, Workforce
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