On being an ally for diversity

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Pilar Kasat and Veronica Pardo

Being an ally means being prepared to do the difficult work towards structural change.

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Allyship means having skin in the game; image from Interwoven 2019, photo by Shane Carey.

About the author

Pilar Kasat has occupied various leadership roles on arts organisations and on boards and is currently the chair of Art on the Move in Western Australia. Pilar has a Master of Sustainability and Social Change and is presently completing a PhD in cultural studies at Curtin University.

Veronica Pardo is CEO of Multicultural Arts Victoria, the state’s leading organisation on diversity in the arts. She has spearheaded campaigns relating to social justice and equity for? the inclusion of all people in arts and culture, as audiences and cultural innovators.