- Posted on July 24th, 2023
Working towards environmentally sustainable and accessible events: survey
Calling all disabled artists, audiences, volunteers and professionals – we want to hear from you.
Julie’s Bicycle is working in partnership with Attitude is Everything and A Greener Future to deliver a new body of research. It examines how access to music and live events for disabled people can become more environmentally sustainable.
As part of this project we’re looking for disabled artists, volunteers, festival and event professionals, and audiences to tell us about how accessibility can be more considered in environmental initiatives. To fill in this survey, please follow this link.
“Disability access must be a key part of how we design climate solutions and orient our world towards justice. It is the embodiment of care and solidarity in practice. We are really excited to be partnering with Attitude is Everything and A Greener Future to develop the tools and resources the sector needs to engage with accessibility as a core principle for environmental action.” – Farah Ahmed, Climate Justice Lead, Julie’s Bicycle.
The research collected will be used to create a toolkit for the music and live events sectors, with practical solutions and case studies for the sector to use to inform their work. The first edition will be out in early 2024.
If you’d prefer the survey in a different format, or to return the large text document, please contact our Climate Justice Lead, Farah Ahmed – email@example.com
The survey will close on September 19th 2023.
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