As the three year History of Place project comes to an end Accentuate UK is taking next steps towards a new project to increase the deaf and disabled workforce in museums and galleries - and to make sure that deaf and disabled people's histories continue to be represented. We would be grateful for 5 minutes of your time to give your thoughts on how to progress (comment boxes at the bottom if you'd like to give more nuanced thoughts). Thankyou!

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* 1. Rank the issues below: which do you think are the most pressing for the sector to make progress?

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* 2. In your own work, what are the main barriers to re-interpretation and displaying collections to reflect the history of deaf and disabled people, presenting these as integral to museum programming?

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* 3. What are the main barriers to working with deaf and disabled people when planning exhibitions & events, and finding ways for them to actively influence decisions?

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* 4. What are the barriers to making all exhibitions and events accessible, not just those that have a disability focus.

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* 5. What are the barriers to risk taking and backing work with ambitious ideas that could lead to significant positive changes

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* 6. Currently, do you know if there are any deaf or disabled people in your workforce. If yes, what positions do they hold?

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* 7. Do you think there should be more opportunities to encourage disabled people into leadership roles? If yes what might help?

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* 8. To what extent do you think that your organisation understands that deaf and disabled people have a right to access heritage and culture - and what would be useful in developing this?

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* 9. In a few words, what sort of help would you like to see to bring about these positive changes?

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* 10. Finally, if you would like to stay in touch with Accentuate UK (http://www.accentuateuk.org/) which is working to develop the role of deaf and disabled people in the cultural sector, do please leave your details.

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