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Call for Research Papers on Diversity

The Creative Industries Federation is looking for members to act as case studies for a paper on diversity.

The Federation is looking for members to act as case studies for a paper on diversity and access (primarily BAME, gender and socioeconomic), to be released this autumn. 

The Creative Industries Federation is looking for examples of institutional best practice for freelancers and in SMEs, voluntary arts groups, charities & nonprofits, large companies and universities & colleges.

They are also looking for organisations and charities that members believe have been helpful in pointing out means by which diversity and access can be improved.

Please contact eliza@creativeindustriesfederation.com before July 31st with any suggestions.

About Creative Industries Federation

The Creative Industries Federation is the national membership organisation for the public arts, cultural education and creative industries.

The Federation is the brainchild of Sir John Sorrell and other senior figures in the cultural and creative industries. They came together to try to find a way of giving the sector a stronger and more unified voice.

As a membership organisation, the Creative Industries Federation represents the views of the UK's creative industries, while challenging and assisting the sector to stay ahead of the international competition. Membership is open to companies, arts organisations, education institutions, trade bodies, arts practitioners and other individuals, including under-25s.

To become a member register your interest in membership please contact membership@creativeindustriesfederation.com or visit their website here.

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