Each month we delve into an aspect of our work and your contributions to and opportunities in The Audience Agency community.

“Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.”

Article 27, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

We've been reading this week about how British heritage sites are reportedly coming up short when it comes to inclusivity. It is important to acknowledge that the arts, culture and heritage sectors have made huge strides in recent years towards addressing and reforming long-ingrained practices that have prevented both existing and potential audiences from feeling entirely welcome and involved in cultural experiences. That said - there is still a long way to go. This month we are highlighting some of the ways that we at The Audience Agency can help you to start thinking differently about how to sincerely open up your offer to a wider audience, discussing why these changes are so urgent and raising a glass to some of the organisations in our community who are leading the inclusivity charge.