Inclusion, Diversité, Équité & Accessibilité (IDÉA)

Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste d'initiatives inspirantes et de matériel utile. N'hésitez pas à nous contacter si certaines de ces informations s'avèrent obsolètes, ou s'il y a une information que vous aimeriez voir publiée sur cette page.

Veuillez noter que les informations sur cette page sont en anglais pour l'instant, et seront traduites sous peu. Merci de votre compréhension.

• Canada
• États-Unis
• Lecture pertinente

CANADA

 

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IATSE Pride

Le comité de la fierté de l'IATSE s'efforce d'améliorer l'inclusion, la visibilité et le potentiel de réussite des membres LGBTQ+ au sein du syndicat, du lieu de travail et de la communauté, dans nos divers métiers et emplacements géographiques. L'IATSE s'engage à respecter le principe selon lequel toutes les personnes sont égales et méritent donc le respect et un traitement équitable, sans distinction de sexe, d'identité/expression de genre ou d'orientation sexuelle. Lire leur déclaration d'équité ici. En anglais.

Le comité est composé de membres/d'agents/de personnel de l'IATSE qui s'identifient comme LGBTQ+. À chaque réunion du Conseil exécutif général, nous organiserons un événement auquel participeront tous les participants LGBTQ+ qui s'identifient. Tout au long de l'année, les membres LGBTQ+ et leurs alliés auront également la possibilité de participer par le biais de l'activisme, des défilés/marches, de l'éducation, etc.

L'IATSE a récemment rejoint l'Appel à l'action pour interdire les pratiques de conversion au Canada, lire davantage sur le sujet ici. En anglais.


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The Associated Designers of Canada

L'ADC est un organisme national de services artistiques professionnel à but non lucratif voué à la promotion de la conception de spectacles vivants au Canada, y compris la conception de décors, de costumes, d'éclairage, de projection et de son. Il s'agit d'une organisation dirigée par ses membres et régie par un conseil d'administration bénévole élu et nous opérons en vertu de la Loi sur le statut de l'artiste. Il sert de voix collective pour les membres.

Lire leur Statement of Principles.

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Designing the Revolution une initiative de Associated Designers of Canada

La pandémie de Covid-19 a créé une perturbation de notre travail dans les théâtres. Combiné avec le meurtre de George Floyd et une autre résurgence de l'attention portée aux mouvements de justice sociale comme Black Lives Matter, la communauté théâtrale canadienne a tourné son objectif vers un examen de la culpabilité dans un secteur systémiquement oppressif et hautement colonial. Appels, appels, déclarations de solidarité, de changement et de travail silencieux se font au sein de notre secteur.
Les concepteurs ne sont généralement pas invités à ces conversations au sein des institutions parce que nous sommes des travailleurs culturels contractuels. Nous ne voulons pas attendre d'être invités à participer à la conversation, nous sommes prêts à répondre et à porter un regard critique sur nos collaborateurs et à demander : « Quel est l'avenir du théâtre pour nous ? Quelle est notre révolution, comment y participons-nous, y répondons-nous et créons-nous de l'art à ce sujet ? »
Concevoir la Révolution est une réponse active (en personne !) à ces questions.


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Means of Production Collective

Means of Production is a collective of Toronto-based Production Managers and Technical Directors advocating for safe, healthy, sustainable, and equitable work practices in Live Arts. They have been meeting together to research, consult, discuss, collaborate, and respond to the following questions:

  • What are the conditions under which we would be willing to return to work?
  • What is the work environment we want to create?
  • How can we make sure that the terms under which we return to work support an upending of existing oppressive power structures, and ensure safe and healthy working conditions for everyone?

Read their Mission Statement & Statement of Values.

Incubated by Generator. Funded by The Canada Council for the Arts.


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Shaw Theatre Festival - Equity and Inclusion

We believe everyone should be treated fairly, equally and respectfully.
It is a simple principle, and yet we know that, in practice, it has not been true of the world in the past and is not true now. The world we live in puts systemic, societal barriers in the path of people who belong to marginalized communities. Historical structures that privilege some identities over others have been particularly problematic in the performing arts, where identity is immediately manifest. In the theatre this has been especially true of traditional Western and Anglophone drama.


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National Ballet of Canada - Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The National Ballet of Canada recognizes the historical and present inequities of our artform. Through thoughtful and meaningful action, we strive for greater diversity, equity and inclusion in our work amongst our artists, volunteers, staff, partners, audiences and community. Our goal is to celebrate and reflect the inspiring diversity of Canada as we deliver artistic experiences that represent excellence.

Read the Full Statement


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Association for Opera in Canada

The Association for Opera in Canada is committed to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Anti-racism.
Beyond statements of solidarity, we demonstrate our commitments through action. Last year, we undertook a thorough revision and re-articulation our anti-harassment policy, are a signatory to the Respectful Arts Workplaces Code of Conduct, and deliver many programs in equity, inclusion and diversity for members and their boards of directors.

One of our newest actions is the development of a new Indigenous-led Guidance for the Opera Sector on Land Acknowledgements, with important insights on why we do them, and resources for further education.


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Stratford Festival - A message about anti-racism

"This is a season unlike any other, in a world that is pushing against boundaries imposed not simply by the pandemic but by societal structures.

Here at the Festival, we are listening to calls for change and taking them to heart. What better way to emerge from the cocoon of pandemic than beautifully changed?

In May of 2020 the world was rocked by the murder of George Floyd. The protests that followed forced a reckoning across society. The conversation intensified in Canada with the death of Joyce Echaquan in a Quebec hospital in September of 2020.

Like other arts organizations and corporations, the Festival issued a statement condemning racism, and in it we acknowledged the role the Festival, as an institution, has played in upholding systemic racism. [...]"

Download the EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION UPDATE:  FULL REPORT ON ANTI-RACISM INITIATIVES - July 2021


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Black Lives Matter Canada

In 2017, Black Lives Matter — Canada was founded and began a three year incubation phase to better support chapters in partnership with the Black Lives Matter Global Network. The incubation phase involved the development of an organizational structure while simultaneously supporting the development of each new chapter.

Today, Black Lives Matter—Canada exists as a national resource for Black activism in Canada, by supporting independent local chapters and other Black-led community groups, launching Wildseed Centre for Art & Activism, and coordinating national campaigns such as Defund the Police, Black Mutual Aid Fund, and other programs.

ÉTATS-UNIS

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BLACK THEATRE UNITED - Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Belonging for the Theatrical Industry

Founding members of Black Theatre United include: Actors, directors, musicians, writers, technicians, producers and stage management, that are all members of the Black Theatre Community.

“As members of the Black theatre community, we stand together to help protect Black people, Black talent and Black lives of all shapes and orientations in theatre and communities across the country. Our voices are united to empower our community through activism in the pursuit of justice and equality for the betterment of all humanity. We will not be silent. We will be seen. We will be heard. We are here. Join us.”

Download the document A New Deal for Broadway.


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The Broadway League - Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee - Speaker Series

The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee has developed a new speaker series, entitled Listen. Learn. Act: Conversations about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. The goal of this series is to allow us to come to a better understanding of one another by listening to and learning from different stories, whether they be told by prominent individuals in our industry, or leaders in the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion arena sharing what they’ve learned from working in the field.

The League believes that the stories and viewpoints offered by the speakers here are critically important to building an equitable and inclusive community for all.  While the perspectives and points of view are varied in nature, the League does not intend to endorse any particular viewpoints or statements made by the speakers, but rather supports the dialogue and the need for a forum in which these important issues are discussed.


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The Chicago Inclusion Project

Réunir des artistes de théâtre et des publics souvent séparés par leurs capacités physiques, leur morphologie, leur statut économique, leur identité de genre et leur origine ethnique. Le Chicago Inclusion Project existe pour faciliter les expériences inclusives et les pratiques d'embauche dans l'ensemble du théâtre de Chicago.

Leur atelier de base Being Anti- Racist: An Active Action est conçu pour les organismes de théâtre et d'art et les individus qui recherchent une immersion complète dans les pratiques artistiques antiracistes et les étapes concrètes pour devenir une organisation antiraciste. Après avoir suivi cet atelier, votre entreprise comprendra mieux où vous vous situez et où vous pourriez être, vous donnant une idée claire des actions que vous pouvez entreprendre pour passer à l'étape suivante.


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Diversify The Stage

A network of industry professionals, and community engagement organizations collectively working to build a culture of accountability to establish more inclusive hiring practices and greater access to equitable opportunities in live music, events, and touring industries.

Mission: We seek to emphasize inclusion for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC); Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQIA+); Female-Identifying, Gender Nonconforming individuals and Disabled Persons, across all stages.


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Roadies Of Color United

The Roadies Of Color United International Social Network is comprised of a diverse group of Professionals in the Entertainment Services, Concert Touring and Live Entertainment Industries.

This Social Network Group and the newly formed Professional Association is an organization where Professionals in the Entertainment Services and Live Concert Touring Industries can Unite, Network, Promote each other and to collaborate in order help promote a more diverse and and inclusive industry.
Our goal is to unite our industries in a way that has never been done before.


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Technicians For Change

We are a grassroots organization in Minneapolis and St. Paul Minnesota made up of technicians and designers in various fields of the entertainment industry. We volunteer our time and resources (including personal financial support) to build a stronger community. Let us know what’s going on where you are; let’s share ideas for change.

Mission: To educate, connect, and empower entertainment technicians on workers rights and protections including reasonable pay, safer practices, and legal worker classification.

LECTURE PERTINENTE

  • Diangelo, Robin - White Fragility : Why it’s so hard for White People to talk about Racism
  • Eddo-Lodge, Reni - Why I am no longer Talking about Race
  • Joseph, Bob - 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act: Helping Canadians Make Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples a Reality
  • Joseph, Bob - Indigenous Relations: Insights, Tips and Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality
  • King, Thomas - The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America
  • Ngozi Adichie, Chimamanda - Americanal. A Novel
  • Obama, Michelle - Becoming
  • Oluo, Ijeoma - So you want to talk about race
  • Ward, Jesyn - Men We Reaped. A Memoir
  • Whitehead, Colson - The Nickel Boys
  • Kendi, Ibram X - How to be antiracists