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BME people severely underrepresented in top English arts bodies

 

People from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds and disabled people are significantly underrepresented in England’s arts organisations, data has revealed. Arts Council England (ACE) on Monday published its annual diversity report, which outlines signs of progress but contains alarming bottom-line figures. In the nation’s working-age population, 16% of people are from BME backgrounds. But they make up only 11% of staff at publicly funded national portfolio organisations (NPOs), 4% at major museums, and 9% of staff at ACE itself. The disabled statistics are worse. In total, 20% of the working age population identify as disabled but they make up 4% of staff at NPOs and major museums and 6% at ACE.

 

For more information please click here: https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2018/jan/15/bme-people-underrepresented-top-english-arts-bodies