– For Inclusive Culture

People with disabilities encounter barriers in many everyday situations that make equal access in society difficult if not impossible. These affect wheelchair users, people with hearing or visual impairments, as well as people with intellectual and other disabilities on different levels. And inclusive culture helps to change this because inclusion means that everyone is valued.

Creating an inclusive culture requires first removal of barriers and acceptance of differences in backgrounds and experiences.

With our international programme „INKuLtur – For Inclusive Culture” we aim to create an environment that makes inclusion a priority!

Our Materials

Dictionary of Culture in Easy to Understand

As part of the INKuLtur programme, experts in accessible language from the Project „Buro CH“ („Бюро Ч“), Sprachprofis GmbH and Lebenshilfe Hattingen together with the representatives of cultural institutions, created a “Dictionary of Culture in Accessible Language”. The dictionary is currently available in German and Russian.

Policy Paper for Cultural Institutions

The aim of this policy paper is to show you how you can involve and include disabled people as experts at all levels of your cultural institution. We would like to encourage you to promote inclusion by outlining measures for successful collaboration and cooperation.

Video Course „Interactive Inclusion“

For this tutorial, ten experts from the field of inclusion and culture talk about their professional and personal experiences in nine videos and give suggestions on necessary and desirable measures for greater accessibility in museums.


Discover the new strategy paper

Discover the new strategy paper As part of the INKuLtur programme, the strategy paper < How to make your cultural institution an inclusive place for disabled people! > was developed. At the heart of this strategy lies the question of how people with disabilities can be actively included in [...]

Inclusion Interactive Video Course

Inclusion Interactive Video Course What does a museum that is accessible to all people actually look like? What does "accessible to all" mean? And how can barrier-free accessibility be implemented in the cultural sector even without a big budget? These and many other exciting questions are explored in our [...]

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