We appreciate you recognising us as an organisation that is advocating for diversity, safety, workers’ rights and inclusion within the arts & cultural industry. We are an independently-run BiPOC feminist parent* collective and our available capacities may determine our response to public requests.
We do not support/advocate for non-remunerated opportunities.
We also do not advocate/ support participation in all-white male panels or organisations that tokenise on BiPOC talent & knowledge.
We strongly condemn any forms of abuse or extractive working practices that harm professional individuals in cultural spaces and aim for changes in structural spaces.
We understand that organisations claiming to be safer spaces, may not protect or be representing the rights of our communities.
We aim to encourage and challenge better representation, opportunities and equity in the cultural network.