Resources tagged with EDI



Guidance: Trans-inclusive culture

This vital guidance sets out an ethical framework to support museums, galleries, archives and heritage organisations to realise their potential to create trans-inclusive spaces that foster dignity, equity and belonging. Developed by the University of Leicester’s Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG).

Introducing…the Historic England Segments

The Historic England Segments are designed to help understand how people relate or could relate to heritage, driven by their personal values. They are defined to help us connect more effectively with our existing audiences and also to engage with new and diverse visitors and groups.

Developing a strategy for inclusion, diversity and equality

Historic England believes that the historic environment in England should be accessible and relevant to everyone who lives and visits there, whatever their socio-economic background, race, religion, sexuality, gender, disability, or health.  A useful guide on how to develop a strategy for inclusion, diversity and equality.

Inclusivity: Social media marketing as a LGBTQ+ ally

Showing support for LGBTQ+ colleagues and audiences needs more than just throwing rainbows into your feed. Eleanor Kilduff, Digital Content Creator, Splitpixel asks is your brand truly an ally?  A Splitpixel resource.

Stateside View: Make your DEI commitments mean more

Daniel Acosta, Advertising and Sales Manager at The Dallas Opera, and Andrea Cuevas, Director of Marketing and Communications at Hartford Stage give insight and advice on how marketers can activate their organisation’s diversity and inclusion goals. A Tessitura Network resource.