Access & Inclusion

We want to make Container as accessible and inclusive as possible. Find out more about our thinking and approaches below.

Accessibility

Here are the accessibility measures we have taken so far. As a new magazine, there are likely things we are missing or could be doing better. If you have any comments or suggestions, we would love to hear from you – you can get in touch at info [at] containermagazine.co.uk.

Inclusion

We are committed to working inclusively. These are our initial steps which we will revisit and update often as Container grows.

Sharing institutional power

Container magazine is put together by an editorial team convened as part of a university project. We aim to share our power as an institution by:

Sharing editorial power

We aim for a collective commissioning process that empowers a range of people to make editorial decisions, and shares agency over content with writers and other contributors. We do this in the following ways:

Publishing diversity statistics

We will publish our diversity statistics. We are currently working out how best to survey our editorial team and contributors according to the following characteristics: ethnicity, gender, sexuality, socio-economic background and disability – and how to ensure the results are shared openly while maintaining respondents’ anonymity.

We will post this data here when it has been collected and analysed. Demographic information will be reviewed by the editorial team as part of the commissioning process. The aim is for this data to be part of a conversation about how we can make Container a more inclusive space and community.

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