What would you like to see in an Equity and Inclusion Website?
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Help us make a useful tool to meet your organisation's needs. This survey is primarily for arts organisations and arts researchers, however we are also interested in the views of artists, creative practitioners and audiences.

We are developing a knowledge-exchange website to support arts organisations in reaching their diversity and inclusion goals. Diversity Arts Australia (DARTS) is partnering with the British Council, Creative Victoria, the Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship at Goldsmiths University of London, and Western Sydney University (WSU) on the project.

We aim to create a digital space that is practical and relevant to organisations, creative sector workers and artists seeking to increase cultural diversity in their practice. This project has been identified as significant by arts organisations who participated in the British Council’s key stakeholder consultations.

In order to ensure this digital space is responsive to the needs of real users, DARTS is partnering with WSU to conduct this survey. The survey will assess the requirements within the creative sector in Australia and the UK, and inform the development of the digital space. In the first stage the site will share knowledge and information from Australia and the UK, with a view to expand internationally.

We need your input into the sorts of features that will be most useful to you in your work. By completing this survey, you will be helping us to craft a relevant and useful website for arts organisations, cultural leaders, arts practitioners and academics in the UK and Australia, and possibly extending to other countries in the future.

All questions are optional.

Privacy and collection of data
All data collected will be treated confidentially. Data will be gathered by DARTS and WSU. Data will be used to inform the development of the online resource.

Diversity Arts Australia and Western Sydney University follow the Association of Market & Social Research Organisations Privacy (Market and Social Research) Code 2014, which meets the requirements of the Australian Privacy Act 1988. More information about the Code is available on the AMSRO website http://www.amsro.com.au. Diversity Arts Australia's Privacy Policy can be found on our website (diversityarts.org.au/about/privacy-policy).

Note that all data will be aggregated and de-identified – no individual or organisation will be identifiable to third parties.

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