Camden Art Centre is committed to achieving diversity across our staff, board, programmes and audiences, reflecting our community in North London and internationally
We want aim to be an open and progressive organisation with equity and social justice at the forefront of our work. We proactively seek to include diverse and under-represented voices and Camden Art Centre operates a zero tolerance of discrimination. We know that creating a truly inclusive culture is a journey, and we are deeply committed to this journey, including by ensuring there is appropriate training and meaningful dialogue across all staff and board members to support commitment.
On 1st June 2020 we made a public statement in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and we updated this with an initial pledge setting out our first steps to actively combat racism at Camden Art Centre.
We now want to update you on our progress, thinking and learning to date, and how we will continue to evolve and embed this work into our future plans for the organisation.
This will be a process of listening, learning, and of holding our staff, funders and peers to account. It is an ongoing process and we know we have a long way to go. Our aim is to take action, to enable and accelerate real and long-term change. We affirm our core commitment to becoming an anti-racist organisation.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at [email protected]
Updated May 2021