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Elektroniczna platforma na rzecz uczenia się dorosłych w Europie



Proposals for 'From Access to Inclusion 2020'

Tungumál: EN

Arts and Disability Ireland and The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office of VSA and Accessibility are proud to announce a call for proposals for a unique European Summit titled From Access to Inclusion 2020 taking place from 11th -14th May in Dublin, Ireland.

ADI and The Kennedy Center are now accepting proposals for summit sessions. 


Summit Session Types 

Capacity Building Workshops: in-depth, hands-on professional development workshops addressing a specific topic related to cultural arts access. Capacity building workshops can be 2 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours, and may be repeated on multiple days and will be offered from 11th-12th May in cultural venues across Dublin city.  All Capacity Building Workshops must include an interactive component that will engage adult learners and can be offered in several formats:

  • Classroom – These sessions provide practical tips, tools and resources that attendees can use to start or improve initiatives, programmes, or services.
  • Skills Building – These hands-on sessions are designed to teach participants a tangible skill.
  • Think Tank – These highly interactive and discussion-based sessions provide an opportunity for conversation.

From Access to Inclusion Symposium: A dynamic programme of keynotes, discussion panels, case studies and demonstrations which will take place at Printworks Conference Centre, Dublin Castle from 13th-14th May.  The Symposium is intended to offer the opportunity to exchange ideas and discover new and innovative ways to include and welcome everyone in the following formats:

  • Snapshots: 15 minute informal presentations given at round tables with 10-15 participants at a time.
  • Discussion Panels: 1 hour chaired discussions offering in-depth multiple perspectives on or approaches to a single topic.
  • Case Studies: 10 minute presentation reflecting on innovative ways to include and welcome everyone.
  • Demonstrations: 5 minute presentation on a new technology making arts, cultural and visitor experiences accessible.  

ADI and The Kennedy Center will accept proposals for any of the summit session types outlined above.



ADI and The Kennedy Center ask that proposals focus on the following themes:

  • Access Services and Programmes
  • Accessibility Policy
  • Aesthetically Accessible Performances, Exhibits or Visitor Experiences
  • Customer Service and Staff Training
  • Evaluation and Research
  • Leadership and Advocacy
  • Legal Requirements (in different jurisdictions)
  • Marketing and Audience Development
  • Education, Outreach and Public Engagement
  • Organisational Buy-in and Planning
  • Technology
  • Universal Design



Midnight GMT/UTC, Tuesday 12th November 2019


More information, including how to submit here.

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