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Creating a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) will help your organisation increase disabled people’s engagement with all aspects of your organisation. DAIPs build on what you’ve already done, examine your capacity to do more and help your organisation move forward in a staged and strategic way.
Learn how to go beyond the bare minimum. Find out about the Social Model of Disability, examine the barriers disabled people face across the Australian arts sector, question stereotypes, myths and misconceptions about disabled people, and make a commitment to change.
Is your organisation interested in training your own in-house audio describers? Are you interested in becoming an audio describer yourself? Access2Arts developed Australia’s first professional live audio description service and are the leading national provider of live professional audio description training.
Need advice on your events, policies, action plans or communications? Want to know more about access audits and mystery shoppers? Or do you just want to get in touch with amazing disabled artists and companies? As an access expert and advocate, Access2Arts offers ongoing consultancy and advice to support arts organisations to increase access, inclusion and representation of disabled people.
It opens my eyes to the disability world. I came here knowing nothing about (the) disability world and now I feel great knowing what to do to fulfill some
people access requirements.
A WOMAD volunteer after our Access and Inclusion Training, 2023
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