Case Studies:

Ireland

Pádraig Naughton, Director, Arts and Disability Ireland tells the story of Ignite an ambitious commissioning programme of work unleashing the talents of three artists, Jez Colborne, Aideen Barry and Simon McKeown, on a scale never before seen in Ireland. From its inception in 2012 through to a large-scale multimedia event during Cork’s Culture Night and tour in September 2015, the legacy of Ignite continues…
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Croatia

Mirna Zagar, Director of the Croatian Institute for Movement and Dance in Zagreb, talks about the changes she has witnessed in Croatia and the work still to be done in making the dance scene more inclusive.
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Greece

Onassis Cultural Centre share reflections and learning on cultural responsibility, drawing on their two year experience with Unlimited Access
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Brazil

Shape Arts are a leading force in the UK working for the inclusion of disabled people in the creative sector. Read on for an insight into a two week workshop for Disability Equality Training (DET) they organised and led in Brazil, within the British Council's Transform programme.
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Australia

Ever wondered what an audio describer does? Lara Torr, an alumna of the British Council's Realise Your Dream programme, is a visual artist and audio describer based in Adelaide and offers some great insights.
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UK

Discover how Shape Arts is developing opportunities for disabled artists in the UK at all stages of their career.
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Australia

From the top: taking a strategic approach to disability and the arts, the Australia Council for the Arts launches its Disability Action Plan.
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Australia

From Sydney to London: Morwenna Collett, Disability Coordinator for the Australia Council for the Arts, shares her experience of a secondment with the Unlimited team in the UK. 
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Australia

The disability arts sector in Australia is evolving rapidly. In response, the Australia Council for the Arts has partnered with UK leadership programme Sync to develop the next generation of Australian cultural leaders and influencers with a disability.
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Portugal

Associação Vo'Arte in Portugal describe the creation of their integrated dance company, with whom they have been developing work for the past seven years.
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