Inclusion in Action is a unique training workshop for production companies, screen industry practitioners, policy makers and industry services with a focus on gaining a better understanding of the rights and capacity of people living with disability. It focusses on exploring pathways to employment and engagement of people living with disability within organisations and productions and is underpinned by the principles of inclusive filmmaking.
A creative and dynamic screen industry is one that reflects diversity and inclusion on both sides of the camera. Additionally, it’s an industry that employs over 20,000 people nationally and many of those roles could and should be held by people living with a disability. Having a job is more than earning a living, it’s about skills development, social engagement and making a meaningful and valued contribution to society.
Inclusion in Action is an engaging workshop that was inclusively developed by screen industry professionals with lived experience of disability.
Inclusion in Action was funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) through an Information Linkages and Capacity Building grant and developed by Bus Stop Films and with the support of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).
Our Inclusion in Action workshop runs for approximately 2.5 hours with two short breaks. The sessions are being delivered FREE during the pilot period. All times listed are Australian Eastern Standard Time (Sydney Time). All sessions are delivered online via Zoom unless otherwise specified.
If you require any additional information about Inclusion in Action please email firstname.lastname@example.org