Interactive Inclusion_English_II

A Beginner's Guide to Inclusion in Cultural Sphere - Part II
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584 students
1hr 50min of on-demand video

Inclusive communication principles
Identifying barriers. From now on, you will look at certain situations and places in the museum with closer care
Implementing inclusive measures with few financial resources
The 2-senses principle
The meaning of the categories seeing, hearing, moving, learning


  • No previous knowledge necessary. The course is designed for beginners.


Inclusion in the Museum

There are many different ways to enable people with disabilities to participate in the arts and access the relevant facilities. The inclusion experts in this tutorial share their experience and offer guidance and ideas for necessary actions and desirable approaches to improving accessibility.

People with disabilities encounter various barriers when visiting a museum. These are found when gathering information, planning, getting there, and of course during the actual visit and the rest afterwards. You can remove some of these barriers yourself or prevent them from arising in the first place - often no special budget is needed for this, and sometimes it helps to have a concept that is worked to and is familiar to all employees.

With an awareness of where and how barriers often occur, you can create a space in which the majority of visitors feel comfortable. In this course you will get to know different perspectives. These are provided by the experts in the videos themselves and/or by colleagues from their associations or teams. You will learn important dos and don'ts for dealing with diverse audiences as well as examples of the positive impact of what has already been done.

The focus of the course is on...

  • developing and allowing for creative approaches in order to create more accessibility

  • creating a barrier-free space for diverse groups of visitors

  • a real, exemplary inclusion concept

  • dealing with the different needs of a diverse audience


  • Stefanie Wiens, <PlatzDa!> ("Make Space!")

  • Patricia Carl & Stefanie Wiens, <PlatzDa!> ("Make Space!")

  • Silja Korn & Stefanie Wiens, <PlatzDa!> ("Make Space!")

  • Andreas Krüger, Berlinische Galerie

The Course is in German spoken language with English subtitles.

The video course is not barrier-free. A transcript of the videos as accessible PDFs can be found on the project homepage.

Who this course is for:

  • Cultural Institutions
  • NGOs
  • People who want to deepen their knowledge on inclusion
  • People who want to develop their knowledge in the field of cultural participation of people with disabilities


Interactive Inclusion
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Der Kurs Inclusion Interactive ist ein Teilprojekt von INKuLtur und wurde in Kooperation mit zehn Expert:innen für Inklusion und Barrierefreiheit in Deutschland realisiert. Der Kurs widmet sich einer breiten Facette an relevanten Themen und will zu einer erhöhten Sensibilisierung für die Bedürfnisse von Menschen mit Behinderung in Kultureinrichtungen beitragen sowie Denkanstöße für barrierefreie Maßnahmen in Kultureinrichtungen bieten.

Курс Interactive Inclusion был реализован в Германии проектом INKuLtur в кооперации с десятью экспертами по инклюзии и безбарьерности. Курс затрагивает широкий круг актуальных тем и направлен, прежде всего, на повышение осведомленности о потребностях людей с инвалидностью в учреждениях культуры и на то, чтобы дать пищу для размышлений о мерах осуществления безбарьерности в учреждениях культуры.

The course Interactive Inclusion was produced in Germany by INKuLtur in cooperation with ten experts on inclusion and accessibility. The course covers a broad range of relevant topics and aims primarily to raise awareness for the needs of people with disabilities in cultural institutions and to provide food for thought regarding measures for accessibility in cultural institutions.


Inclusion Interactive was produced with the financial support of the European Union and the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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