Creating a ‘trust mark’ for inclusivity

What would an Inclusion Code of Conduct for the arts look like? Arts Access Australia tackles the objectives.

‘It is absolutely critical that we engage with as many people on this journey to develop a national voluntary code of conduct for access in the arts,’ said Arts Access Australia’s CEO Matthew Hall about the current push for a National Access and Inclusion Code of Conduct for the arts.

‘It’s part of Access Australia’s plan to create change in the Australian arts sector that is meaningful, practical and valuable to secure a vibrant, diverse, accessible and equitable arts sector in this country,’ Hall continued.

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Thuy On is Reviews Editor of ArtsHub and a freelance arts journalist, critic and poet who’s written for a range of publications including The Guardian, The Saturday Paper, Sydney Review of Books, The Australian, The Age/SMH and Australian Book Review. She's the outgoing books editor of The Big issue. Her first book, a collection of poetry called Turbulence, came out in 2020 and was published by University of Western Australia Press. Twitter: @thuy_on

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