Ickburgh School

Ickburgh School [We signed up to the manifesto because] children and young adults with learning disabilities need better access to the arts, this manifesto is…

NASEN

NASEN Cultural inclusion is a gateway to inclusion itself. If we get cultural inclusion right, it has the power to bring communities together and to…

Zara Rush

Zara Rush – Producer for a learning disabled dance company [I signed up to the manifesto] To advocate for the work Corali Dance Company are…

Oily Cart

Oily Cart Oily Cart aims to reimagine theatre for young audiences to make it more inclusive. We create interactive, sensory shows for and with disabled…

Jack Tizard School

Jack Tizard School At Jack Tizard we have a belief that the arts have a fundamental role in the education & well being of young…

Jean Carter

Jean Carter – Music and Arts Advisor I am a great believer in collaborative working and strategic partnership to effect better outcomes for our young…

Mil Vukovic-Smart

Mil Vukovic-Smart I sign up to the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto

The Network

The Network – tackling social exclusion in libraries, museums, archives and galleries The inclusion of all young people – and ensuring that this continues to…

DIS/Ordinary Architecture

DIS/Ordinary Architecture Disabled young people have a right under the declaration of Human rights to access culture and leisure article 37? But I believe the…

Sineid Codd

Sineid Codd – Art teacher working with children with special needs I signed up to the manifesto because I believe in the life enhancing benefits…

Parayhouse School

Parayhouse School I’m signing up on behalf of Parayhouse School because we believe that access to the arts is life enhancing and is a human…

Beatrice Tate School

Beatrice Tate School Beatrice Tate School has a thriving Creative Arts programme. We strongly feel that the arts is incredibly important for our young people…

The Complete Works

The Complete Works We sign up to the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto

Camden Arts Centre

Camden Arts Centre Camden Arts Centre is committed in its aim to improve access to the arts for people with specialist needs. We do this…

Laura Turner-Blake

Laura Turner-Blake I share the belief that inclusion and participation are essential to human dignity and to the exercise and enjoyment of human rights.

Aurora Orchestra

Aurora Orchestra The Cultural Inclusion Manifesto closely aligns with Aurora Orchestra’s core belief that high quality arts and culture should be made available to everyone.…

Circus Starr

Circus Starr Circus Starr is a not for profit touring circus committed to offering a truly inclusive experience everyone can access and enjoy.

Sandra Bee

Sandra Bee – Mother of an autistic gifted child My son Genesis was assessed by his old School at age 4 showing skills of a…

Inspire-works

Inspire-works Inspire-works is committed to help realise the ambitions of the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto because we recognise the power of music, arts and culture in…

Voices Foundation

Voices Foundation The Voices Foundation helps children and young people aged 0-18 to learn to sing and develop as musicians. We want to make sure…

Sound and Music

Sound and Music Sound and Music is committed to creating more and better opportunities for children and young people to create and compose their own…

Keith Tysoe

Keith Tysoe – Educational Consultant I believe in the importance of the Arts in enhancing and enriching all of our lives.

Carrie Lawrence

Carrie Lawrence – SEN Music Teacher I have signed up to the manifesto because I wholeheartedly agree with it’s aim to enable young people with…

The Courtauld Institute of Art

The Courtauld Institute of Art I fully support the manifesto and look forward to collaborating with new colleagues and young people as we move into…

Old Royal Naval College

Old Royal Naval College We, the Old Royal Naval College, commit to the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto because we firmly believe that access to high quality…

Rachel Tranter

Rachel Tranter – Director of GEM and Advocate Every child no matter what their ability or background should have access to culture.

Emily Little

Emily Little Every young person should have access to the arts, no matter what label society has deposited upon them. This manifesto is the starting…

Alison Giles

Alison Giles – Runs a small museum, trying to make it more inclusive. I think it’s really important that everyone has access to culture and…

Federation of Westminster Special Schools

Federation of Westminster Special Schools The Federation of Westminster Special Schools understands the potency of cultural engagement for young people with special educational needs and…

James Bagley

James Bagley Business leader who believes and takes an active role in the initiative The far reaching impacts of positive cultural inclusion are near self-evident.…

The Auckland Project

The Auckland Project Because at the Auckland Project we are committed to quality learning (formal and Informal) for all and that means taking inclusion seriously.

Kerrie Suteu

Kerrie Suteu Deliverer of transition courses for YPWLDD We run a project called Creative Bridges for those at the end of special education, to support…

Hazel Vernon

Hazel Vernon – SEND and Access Manager & Freelance Artist I want to live in an inclusive world.

Marshfields

Marshfields It is not the quality of the performance but the journey each individual has been through to reach their final performance. The tears of…

Festival Bridge

Festival Bridge We sign up to the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto

Maria Miller MP

Maria Miller MP Former Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport & Former Minister for Disabled People My ministerial roles have included Minister for…

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra We, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, commit to the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto because we firmly believe in the rights of all people to…

Eureka!

Eureka! Here at Eureka! we’ve been running arts and activity clubs under our Access All Areas programme since 2012. We know from talking to disabled…

Marsha De Cordova MP

Marsha De Cordova MP Shadow Minister for Disabled People As a disabled woman and Shadow Minister for Disabled People, I was proud to stand for…

Caroline Russell

Caroline Russell Green London Assembly Member, Chair of the Economy Committee/ Green Group lead for the Economy It is important that differently-abled people of all…

Tom Copley

Tom Copley London Assembly Member Art has the power to transform lives, and the opportunity to experience, participate in and create art should be open…

Neil Coyle MP

Neil Coyle MP I am a passionate advocate for the rights of disabled people and have spent my entire career campaigning to secure equality in…

The Wallace Collection

The Wallace Collection Our national collections belong to everyone, regardless of their circumstances or background. An essential part of our learning provision is to provide…

Royal College of Music London

Royal College of Music London As one of the world’s leading conservatoires and as Europe’s top Performing Arts institution, we are committed to the rights…

Corali Dance Company

Corali Dance Company It is better for us to be working together to move towards social inclusion and integration, and to promote change.

The Lyric Hammersmith

The Lyric Hammersmith We at the Lyric are committed to supporting the Cultural inclusion manifesto; we recognise the transformative effect that culture and access to…

Baroness Hollins

Baroness Hollins – Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Learning Disability I am a passionate advocate for the rights of disabled people…

Jason Wilsher-Mills

Jason Wilsher-Mills – Disabled Artist My whole practice, as a disabled artist, revolves around giving a voice to those in the community who do not…

Kate Green MP

Kate Green MP I am a strong believer in the importance of inclusive cultural institutions to give all young people the chance to enjoy and…

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP I am proud to represent a constituency with a vibrant arts and culture scene. Whether it’s performing arts, galleries, live music or…

Opera Holland Park

Opera Holland Park Inclusion is at the heart of Opera Holland Park and is actively promoted within our education and outreach programme, Inspire. At Opera…

Magpie Dance

Magpie Dance Magpie Dance is the UK’s leading dance charity for people with learning disabilities. Our vision is ‘A world where a learning disability is…

Live Music Now

Live Music Now Live Music Now is committed to supporting the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto. We see the transformational power of music in our work every…

Wigmore Hall Company

Wigmore Hall Company Wigmore Hall is committed to the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto because it strongly aligns with our key values; we strive to provide creative…

GEM

GEM (Group for Education in Museums) GEM’s mission is to champion excellence in heritage learning to improve the education, health and well-being of the public.…

Claire Penketh

Claire Penketh – Head of Department for disability & Education at Liverpool hope university and core member of the centre for culture and disability studies…

Caroline Pidgeon

Caroline Pidgeon Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member The arts and culture should be for everyone, including children and young people with Special Educational Needs. Yet…

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