Cards for Inclusion helps the arts sector to creatively remove barriers

The card game Cards for Inclusion has been developed to help the arts sector to creatively explore how to remove barriers and increase access for people with disabilities.

The cards can be downloaded for free and invite people to challenge themselves to think outside the box about how various offers can be made more accessible.

The organisation behind Cards for Inclusion, Unlimited, developed the game with the mindset that “rather than seeing the removal of barriers as something only ‘experts’ can solve, we wanted to prove that everyone can make the arts accessible. We wanted to make it playful as well as educational.”

Explore the topic further in the recent NEMO webinar on rethinking museum accessibility strategies. Accessibility expert Maria Chiara Ciaccheri presented actions to make the museum experience more inclusive and suggests how to promote change and accessibility beyond the museum walls.