Cultural Engagement Framework
National Arts and Disability Awards 2020
On the International Day of People with Disability, please join us to recognise Australian artists and arts-workers who have made an outstanding contribution to the artistic and cultural life of the nation.
Date: Thursday 3 December 2020
Diversity at the Australia Council
The Australia Council believes that Australia’s diversity is a great cultural asset, and leads to greater artistic vibrancy and innovation. We also believe that participation in and enjoyment of the arts should be available all Australians and not determined by social, physical, geographic or personal circumstances.
The Australia Council’s Cultural Engagement Framework (CEF) is a mechanism to ensure that the Australia Council’s vision, priorities and processes recognise and reflect diversity. The CEF guides decision-making, strategy and good practice in Council’s commitments to diversity, which are set down in The Australia Council Act 2013.
Diversity is at the heart of the Australia Council’s Strategic Plan. Our commitments are guided by the CEF, which sits the centre of our Corporate Plan, and targeted Action Plans being developed across our CEF priority areas.
CEF priority areas
The CEF identifies a number of priority areas where we currently focus our efforts, recognising the intersections between these groups. The current CEF priority areas are:
For further information contact CEF Facilitator Caitlin Vaughan
Ph: (02) 9215 9053