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We are committed to being open and accessible, and want to make sure our programmes and resources are accessible to everyone.

What we’ve done to help accessibility

This website is run by Clore Leadership. We want as many people as possible to be able to use this website. We are working hard with our developers to follow the international accessibility guidelines provided by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C WCAG 2) and aim for an AA conformance level. We have also invited feedback from real users and made changes in response to their feedback.

Adapting your experience to your needs

We have made the site as usable as we can, but you might have a better experience if you change the settings on your computer to suit your individual needs.

For example you might change the site’s colours, increase the text size, or have the site spoken aloud.

For help with customising your experience using accessibility features already on your computer, or by installing extra assistive technologies. Try these sites:

Where we need to improve

There are instances where we recognise that we need to improve. For instance, we have yet to provide full captions for all of our videos. In the meantime, we are using Youtube’s automated captioning. We recognise that automated captions can contain some inaccuracies. We are looking to resolve this issue as soon as possible.

Helping us improve further

We are continually striving to improve the user experience and welcome feedback, suggestions and observations. Please contact us by [email protected] or phone on +44 (0)20 7420 9430.

Diversity, Equality & Inclusion

At Clore Leadership we believe that diversity, equality and inclusion are essential to a healthy and thriving cultural sector.

We welcome and encourage participation in Clore Leadership activities from ALL who are interested in cultivating excellence and innovation in the leadership of culture. This is regardless of visible differences such as gender, race and ethnicity and visible disabilities, as well as non-visible differences such as sexual orientation, social class, heritage, religion, unseen disabilities, different perspectives and thought processes, education, family status and age.

Whilst we have made progress in this area, there is still work to be done.

For example, we recognise that people of the Global Majority, as well as disabled people, are currently heavily underrepresented in leadership roles in the cultural sector in the UK.

In devising and delivering our programme, we commit to pro-actively creating opportunities for diversity, equality and inclusion issues to be discussed and tackled. In curating content and resources on the Clore Leadership website, we commit to providing spaces for content focused specifically on diversity, equality and inclusion to be made freely available to website users, as well as pro-actively seeking out related content to publish and profile on the site.


We aim to provide an inclusive environment at all of our programmes and events. This is achieved by working with individual participants and attendees to work to meet your access needs, for example, by confirming wheelchair accessible venues, providing support workers or British Sign Language interpreters or preparing course materials in alternative formats.

This also applies to our website and online resources. This website has been designed with broad accessibility in mind and is reviewed and tested to ensure high accessibility standards are met. If, for any reason, you feel that the site does not meet your accessibility needs, or you need to access to content in an alternative format, please do get in touch.

You can contact us by telephone on +44 (020) 7420 9430 or by emailing [email protected]

Our regular office hours are 10.00am to 5.30pm (UK time), Monday to Friday.

What do we mean by disability?

The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone who has a physical or mental impairment, and the impairment has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.

This Accessibility Policy was last updated on 14 August 2023