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Arts Schools Offered “Plus-Size Inclusivity Training” to Tackle “Fatphobia”

The theatre industry and drama schools are embracing “plus-size inclusivity training” to combat “fatphobia” and promote a more ‘inclusive’ environment for fat people. The Telegraph has the details.

Ruth Anna Phillips, a “plus-size director” who runs workshops to address “anti-fat bias”, told the Stage earlier this month that “one drama school had already agreed to provide the size inclusion training for its staff.”

The training was devised “following research carried out by Ms. Phillips, which she said showed that nine out of 10 respondents felt teachers and facilitators should have training on size inclusion”, according to the weekly theatre newspaper.

Ms. Phillips is co-founder of Inclusion Collective, an organisation that provides training in “creative wellbeing”, “body positivity” and “inclusive movement”, among other areas. Her website contains resources on “fat activism” – “advocacy for the rights and dignity of fat people, combating discrimination” and “the body consciousness scale”, among other materials.

Phillips said she has been “able to solidify and archive her work” thanks to Arts Council England’s (ACE) “developing your creative practice grant” (DYCP), funded by the National Lottery.

ACE records show she was awarded £10,479 last year, which she used to develop her project “body acceptance and inclusion”. …

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