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This page has a range of articles and videos on how to improve representation and inclusivity at your museum of gallery.

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Diversifying the workforce
This page contains resources that look at inclusive recruitment, training, and programmes for diversifying the museum and gallery workforce, including integrating anti-racist practice within this.
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Knowledge Exchange: Black History Month 2022
In this Knowledge Exchange we hear from Nelson Cummins, Communities and Campaigns Officer at Coalition for Equality and Rights (CRER). Nelson talks about the work CRER do across Scotland to eliminate racial discrimination and harassment and promote racial justice.
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Knowledge Exchange: Working with Roma Communities
Is your museum/heritage group interested in working more inclusively with individuals/groups from the Roma community? In this knowledge exchange event we were joined by Leon and Blanka (who undertook placements as part of EDI in Scottish Heritage).
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Knowledge Exchange: The Museum of Ordinary People: Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary
The Museum of Ordinary People celebrates the ripples that ordinary people leave behind. Hear the story behind the ethos and development of this activist museum in this knowledge exchange event.
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Knowledge Exchange: The Museum of Youth Culture
In this knowledge exchange event we hear from The Museum of Youth Culture, a newly emerging museum. They work to tell stories about youth movements, scenes, styles, and sounds across Britain.  
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Knowledge Exchange: National Peace Movement
Join the Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in partnership with MGS, in attempting to identify the extent of existing representation of the Peace Movement(s) in Scottish museums.
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Knowledge Exchange: Collecting the Troubles and Beyond
In this Knowledge Exchange we learn about a project aimed at collecting material relating directly to political developments and conflict experienced during the "Troubles" and the careful engagement of various community groups.
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Knowledge Exchange: Curating Public Unrest
This Knowledge Exchange was delivered by Ray Barnett, Head of Collections & Archives for the Bristol Culture & Creatives Industries team within Bristol City Council.
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Knowledge Exchange: Representing the Underrepresented
In October 2020 we heard from Zey Kussan of Museum As Muck and Zandra Yeaman of The Hunterian, about approaches to addressing class system inequalities and the inclusive interpretation of museum collections.