INCLUDED – Promoting Inclusive Employment in the GLAM Sector through Open Innovation

Survey on the requirements, gaps, and needs for inclusive employment in the GLAM sector

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The INCLUDED project focuses on promoting social inclusion and aims at improving the outreach to people with fewer opportunities, especially people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through a proactive, open innovation approach for inclusive employment in the Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums (GLAM) sector.

The project’s overall objective is to create a mindset of equal access and non-discrimination for inclusive employment in the GLAM sector for adults with disabilities.

The consortium, composed of partners from Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Italy, and Lithuania, has developed a questionnaire to identify the requirements, gaps, and needs for inclusive employment in the GLAM sector.

This questionnaire addresses:

  • GLAM professionals/support staff/management
    • GLAM professionals who identify themselves as people with disabilities
    • GLAM professionals who adhere to inclusive employment
    • Individuals who have a story to share on the above issues
  • GLAM organisations
  • Other organisations that deal with equal access to employment and independent living
  • Associations representing GLAM institutions

Find the online questionnaire here!

This survey is part of the research study that focuses on the creation of a digital and blended learning course for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who want to pursue or improve their career in the GLAM sectors.

Co-Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
Co-Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union