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Cultivating Allyship Framework

The London Arts Council acknowledges the 94 Calls to Action outlined in the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and recognizes that accountability to Truth and Reconciliation is sustainable and measurable over time.

 

Therefore, we are committed to inclusive and equitable arts programming that promotes Indigenous representation in program design and opportunities, professional development for Indigenous artists, and ongoing relationship building with the local Indigenous community.

To find out more about the LAC's Cultivating Allyship efforts, please email info@londonarts.ca

Working Model

The LAC Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Framework is about our values and guiding principles - the roots that inform the working model applied across LAC operations, programming and community relationships.

 

Below is an overview of the four phases of our working model:

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Phase 1 - Cultivate the Soil

The process of growth begins with intentional listening and learning.

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Phase 2 - Plant the Seeds

Apply learnings to set inclusive, meaningful actions and processes.

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Phase 3 - Nurture the Plants

The process of growth begins with intentional listening and learning.

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Phase 4 - Share the Bounty

Share with the community the resources, reports and toolkits to encourage impactful change.

Cultivating Allyship Framework

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