23 January 2023
Non-Binary representation in film, TV, theatre and literature
A look at just some of the pioneering representations of non-binary people on TV, film, stage, and in literature.
17 October 2022
Channel 4 and The TV Collective announce second Indie Accelerator Programme
Six indies have been selected to participate in the programme, which aims to improve Black Asian and Ethnic Minority’s (BAME) development in the production industry.
15 September 2022
The Comedy Women in Print Prize 2022/23
A charity celebrating and supporting the UK's best female comedy voices, shining a light on witty and diverse female voices.
5 September 2022
Let's talk about Transgender representation
The media and the transgender community have had a complex history and have been locked in a complicated relationship for decades.
15 May 2022
Black joy at Ballet Black
A beautiful performance by a trailblazing dance company celebrating two decades of breaking barriers in ballet.
5 November 2021
Report shows that number of minority ethnic characters in children’s books has increased
The report displays a fourfold increase in the amount of diversity found in children’s literature, when compared to four years ago.
20 July 2021
Progress in diversity for annual Academy Awards members list
The latest inductees invited to be Academy members, including Laverne Cox and Issa Rae, are 46% female and 39% from under-represented racial communities.
21 June 2021
True Colors showcase global talent who've overcome adversity
True Colors release new music video showcasing the talents of performers who have overcome adversity from around the globe, covering the Des'ree hit 'You Gotta Be'.
7 June 2021
Michaela Coel wins big at 2021 BAFTA Television Awards
I May Destroy You received the BAFTA for Best Mini-Series, while Coel herself won the BAFTA for Best Actress for her role in the show, dedicating the award to intimacy director Ita O’Brien.
30 April 2021
BAFTA TV Awards dominated by Small Axe & The Crown
Steve McQueen’s anthology series Small Axe dominates the BAFTA TV Awards with 15 nominations, with The Crown and I Will Destroy You close behind.
4 March 2021
Rina Sawayama’s battle for the BRIT
How a pop stars activism has caused the British music industry to change their policies
7 February 2021
Disney+ streams the Rodgers & Hammerstein's star-studded Cinderella!
Disney+ to stream Cinderella, by Rogers & Hammerstein's, at the stroke of midnight on February 12th.
8 December 2020 – 18 January 2021
Creative UK Recruiting for Young Board Members
Creative England and the Creative Industries Federation joined forces in 2020 and are now part of the Creative UK group and are now recruiting for two new board members who can better represent the voice of a youth demographic.
1 December 2020
The importance of Black History in the British curriculum
An examination of the arguments for continuing to exclude British colonialism from the curriculum.
1 February 2021 – 30 April 2021
Fashioning Our History
London Brent 2020 Culture Fund Project designed to encourage diversity in the creative industry in Brent and beyond.
10 September 2020
The Oscars announce new inclusion guidelines
What are the new diversity guidelines for Best Picture nominees?
25 August 2020
Dear White People is inclusion done right
Sienna and Tayo talk about how the Netflix show Dear White People gets inclusivity right.
17 March 2020
The dichotomy of promoting diversity while stamping out POC businesses
When talking about inclusivity within the beauty industry, it is easy enough to focus on how brands cater to their consumers, but we need to look behind the scenes to understand the whole story.