Culture Forum North welcomes its newest partner, Creative Access. Like CFN, Creative Access is an organisation that recognises that the absence of diversity in the creative sector is not only bad for society, it’s bad for our business.

That is why Creative Access was created – to do something about it.

Creative Access is the only organisation in the UK dedicated to recruiting BAME talent and those from lower SES backgrounds in the creative industries.

The Creative Access team is keen to connect with those cultural and HE organisations in the North of England who share their vision to work towards a day when Britain’s society is reflected in our creative industries.

Have a look at the website to see how you can get involved, and benefit.

And see below just a few of the roles they are currently promoting for young people from black, Asian and other non-white minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, as well as those with a lower socioeconomic status (SES).

Trainee Producer – Theatre Deli – Sheffield

Trainee Researcher BBC Education – Salford

Trainee Researcher Children’s Discovery – Salford

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