Diversity, Inclusion and Intersectionality Training for GLAM Professionals

This course outlines the definitions of Intersectionality, Diversity and Inclusion, why these are important in the cultural sector and how they can improve the lives of the most under represented groups through creating richer understandings of our differences and similarities.

In this course you will gain an understanding of the most under represented groups, their experiences within the GLAM sector, the potential life advantages you hold, and how you can utilize these to become a good ally in whichever role you hold.

This is a beginners course you can build on this knowledge with the more specific training available on the website.

This training is broken down into different parts to help facilitate learning at your own pace.

Course Length                                            

I recommend spending between 1 and 1.5 hours on this course, including time to reflect on each lecture

You will receive 

  • Lifetime access
  • Unlimited course retakes

Published by Jass Thethi

I am a Library and Museum professional. I am passionate about fair representation and diversity arts and heritage. I created theconcept of Empowered Collaboration, which describes how to increase diversity by respectful coproduction with under-served groups. I discuss real life experiences of being a minority in arts and heritage and potential ways to diversify collections through my blog and twitter account. All views in this blog are my own and not that of my employer.