The RA is committed to becoming a truly inclusive place for our visitors, Friends, artists, and all those who work, study and volunteer at the RA. We believe that everyone should be able share in and contribute to the RA experience, free from bias or discrimination based on personal characteristics such as age, disability, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, marital and civil partnership, or pregnancy.
The RA aims to ensure that these principles of diversity, inclusion, and equal access apply to all aspects of our operations. We recognise that upholding these principles benefits both visitors and the people who work with and for us.
Please read our statement for information about our work towards race equity.
Please read our statement to find out more about RA and Pride.
We are committed to:
● ensuring that the environments and experiences we offer – both onsite and online – are accessible, inclusive, and representative of diverse cultural and personal experience
● recruiting and developing a diverse workforce at all levels
● establishing and maintaining appropriate policies and procedures in relation to equality, diversity, and inclusion
● acting in accordance with the Equality Act 2010
For information about facilities, resources, and programmes for disabled visitors please click here.