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In How diverse are we, really? Dawn Cameron responds to this 'disarmingly simple' question through conversation and semi-structured interviews with CPP staff and  representatives, focus groups with audience members, advisers and participants alongside analysis of quantitative data provided by Arts Council England and the CPP Places. The result is a multi-faceted and layered exploration of the core question, brought to life with stories and examples from the network itself.



The Creative People and Places network is committed to reflection and learning and, with funding from Arts Council England, has commissioned a range of thematic studies. How diverse are we really? (published in September 2021) is the most recent of these. The topic of diversity and inclusion and the core question came from the CPP projects, leading to the commission of this research which explores how diversity is understood and practised across the CPP network.

We are delighted to share our learning with the wider sector, and those who have a passion to ask questions, reflect and create change. If you are intersted in reading more of our research, all the thematic studies can be found in the Network Learning section of this website. 

 



Dawn is a researcher, project manager and evaluator working primarily in the creative arts and cultural sectors. She specialises in working on projects which seek to deliver social and cultural change and which enable individuals to engage in creative practice. She has a particular interest in story-telling approaches and in interrogating the ways in which notions of co-production are operationalised in project delivery. Dawn works as one half of consultant team Armstrong Cameron.