Workshop 10 December 2020.
- Session 1 - “Diversity and inclusion off-screen” will examine under-representation behind the camera. What is the situation off-screen? How inclusive is the world of film and television? Themes include equal employment conditions and training opportunities for minority and under-represented groups.
- Session 2 - “Diversity and inclusion on-screen” will discuss about how to promote inclusion and non-discrimination on screen/air. Themes include best practices for measuring the perception of D&I on screen/air, how film funds encourage broader on-screen diversity, and broadcaster long-term strategies for promoting D&I on air.
Session 1- D&I Off-screen
UK diversity data: methods and results: Amy Turton, Project Manager, Creative Diversity Network, Diamond
The gender pay gap: good practices against inequality: Pauline Durand-Vialle, CEO, FERA - Federation of European Screen Directors
Highlights from the “Good Practice Handbook”: Daphne Tepper, Director, UNI Europa
Session 2 - D&I on-screen
Introduction: Sophie Valais, Senior Legal Analyst, EAO
Promoting D&I on-air: a comprehensive and long-term strategy: Miranda Wayland, Head of Creative Diversity at BBC
Assessing the perception of diversity on TV: the CSA Barometer: Géraldine Van Hille, Head of Department for Social Cohesion Missions, CSA, France