Publications launched at Nordic Dialogues
Here, you will find their reports and recommendations from the three-year project An Inclusive Cultural Sector in the Nordics. They were launched during the conference Nordic Dialogues.
Read and download the reports and publications below. These publications were all launched during the conference Nordic Dialogues, 2 December 2019 in Oslo. The conerence marked the end of the three-year project An Inclusive Cultural Sector in the Nordics.
A More Inclusive Cultural Sector in the Nordics
The network Nordic Forum for Interculture (NFI) have published a set of recommendations for practitioners, professionals and policy makers aiming to increase diversity.
In Search of True Inclusion and Practice
Nordic Forum for Interculture (NFI) have published an overview of texts, projects and practice on cultural diversity in the arts and culture sector in the Nordic region.
KIL is a network of schools for culture, music and performing arts in the Nordic countries. They have written a manifesto for more inclusive and diverse performing art schools. This text is only available in Norwegian.
An anthology about racial barriers in the structure of the Nordic arts field, with texts by ten Nordic contributors. The editors are Ninos Josef and Kemê Pellicer from the network Critical Friends.
Critical Friends: Recommendations
Critical Friends, a network of artists with diverse cultural backgrounds from across the Nordic countries, present a set of recommendations to ensure a more inclusive cultural sector.