Northern Dimension Partnership on Culture and the Impact Foundation are together organising the online introduction workshop "Accessibility in an online and offline event format" on 9 February.
The workshop will introduce the participants to the organisation of accessible online and offline events. Questions such as: What does “an accessible event” mean? What does “TO ALL audiences” mean? What are the steps you need to take to make sure that no one is excluded? How to communicate in an inclusive way with your audiences (both existing and potential)? will be answered during the event.
Partipants will also have the opportunity to self-reflect and check how accessible they are to ALL potential audiences at the moment as well as plan the next steps and “quick fixes”. There will be also a space to talk and a Q&A session. More information can be found here.
Impact Foundation was established in 2008 in Warsaw, Poland. In 2009, Impact took charge of the coordination and promotion of the 4-months long TRANSFORMATIONS by the Vistula Festival. Over 500 artistic and educational events were organised with a total audience of over 150,000 people. Since 2011 Impact has been promoting the audience development concept in Poland and Europe, organising conferences, workshops and individually working with art organisations and institutions.
The Northern Dimension Partnership on Culture (NDPC) was established in 2010 as fourth partnership in the Northern Dimension Policy. The members of the NDPC are the European Commission and the Ministries responsible for culture in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, the Russian Federation* and Sweden.