Inclusive Heritage Advice Hub

The Inclusive Heritage Advice Hub is part of Historic England’s commitment to supporting the Heritage sector to become more diverse, to engage a wider range of people with heritage, and to recognise and celebrate a more inclusive heritage.

It contains digestible information for any organisation wishing to ensure their work is as diverse and inclusive as possible.

Advice is presented through case studies, templates, checklists, guidance, and external signposting. Some of the resources were created by experts within Historic England, while others were commissioned externally.

The Inclusive Heritage Advice Hub is a growing resource, as inclusion and diversity are expanding fields. If you, as an individual, community, or organisation, think you could support the Hub with input or a case study, please contact the Inclusive Heritage team.

Diverse workforces in the heritage sector

This section provides advice on the benefits of diversifying your workforce, how to support diverse workforces, and how to collect data about the diversity of your staff and volunteers.

Understanding and working with diverse audiences and participants

In this section, you will find advice on how best to undertake work with diverse audiences and participants, as well as information on why it is both important and beneficial for your organisation to work with diverse groups.

Inclusion, diversity and equality training and professional development

This section is currently being developed. Here, you will find signposting to training and professional development in inclusion, diversity and equality.