CLWSTWR PROGRAMME REPORT: Diversity Monitoring Report 1: DIVERSITY WITHIN THE CLWSTWR PROGRAMME IN RELATION TO WALES’ CREATIVE SECTORS

Marlen Komorowski, Sally Griffith, Laolu Alatise

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This report gives a first look into the composition of the Clwstwr programme participants in terms of some of the Protected Characteristics outlined in Equality Act 2010. Our data is contextualised within the wider population of the Cardiff Capital Region using a number of existing data sources such as the Office for National Statistics and Creative Skillset’s Annual Assessment of the UK screen sector. We use population figures in this report to understand how representative we are of the creative industries and our communities. However, this is not simply our goal and we use it only as an indication of our impact. We also give a brief overview of some of the work we have undertaken to create a more inclusive programme. Our work for greater diversity across all areas will continue across the life of Clwstwr.
Originele taal-2English
Pagina's1-24
Aantal pagina's24
Volume1
Specialist publicatieClwstwr / Creative Cardiff
UitgeverCardiff University
StatusPublished - jul 2021

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