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MA publishes Manifesto for Tolerance and Inclusion
The manifesto provides museums with a statement on ethical values and practical actions in a changing social and political landscape
Apply for one of 30 funded places offered by the Art Fund
Following the success of their 2016 programme of training courses for curators, The Art Fund have once again teamed up with the Whitechapel Gallery to offer a new series of professional development courses to curators and museum professionals.
Exciting Opportunity to Take Part in Production from BAFTA Award-Winning Artists Group
Be part of the cast for a site-specific immersive theatre production coming to Medway
The Museums Association members meeting comes to Brighton
On Thursday 14th January 2016, Museum Association members were invited to join MA colleagues at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. Simon Stephens, the MA's Head of Publications and Events, welcomed members before President of the MA, David Fleming (Director
The Social History Curators Group call for papers for 2016 conference
The Social History Curators Group call for papers for 2016 conference, titled 'The Only Way Is Ethics: Social History and the 21st Century Museum'. The conference is taking place in June 2016, and the deadline for the call for papers is 29th January 2016
The MA's updated Code of Ethics is released
This updated version of the Code of Ethics outlines ethical principles for all museums in the UK and was agreed at the Museums Association's annual general meeting on Thursday 5 November 2015, following an 18-month consultation process during 2014-15.
The Museums Association publish their 2014-15 report
The Museums Association has published their 2014-15 report. The main focus of this report is placed on the draft for a changed Code of Ethics for museums, which is to be voted on at The Museums Association's Annual General Meeting in Birmingham on Thursd
Museums Association publishes its draft Code of Ethics document
The Museums Association has published its draft Code of Ethics document. The publication follows extensive consultation online and via a series of public events across the UK this year.
Cultural Property Advice
The migration of the Cultural Property Advice website into the Collections Trust's website has begun.
10 Museum Sector Bodies Publish Statement on Unethical Sale from Museums Collections
"As a group of the key funding, development and membership bodies for the museums sector, we are seriously concerned about cases of unethical sale from museum collections and the targeting of collections as a source of income."
Trust and Values Survey
You are invited to participate in the data collection for a doctoral research project: Trust in the Museum – aligning the organisation’s values internally and externally. This research is...