There is a growing concern among cultural professionals about how they communicate with the outside world. Through our accessible communication course, we have sought to promote the principles of clear language. Clear language prioritizes the reader / listener. The implementation of its techniques allows to find out what people don’t know, want the wish to know, and provide that information so that it is understood right from the first. It is not about infantilising or trivialising language, it is about gaining awareness that we are not communicating with experts.

Added to this concern is inclusive language. More and more professionals want to know better its principles and ways of implementation. The aim is to avoid the use of language that excludes and promotes or reinforces stereotypes.

Taking into account the needs expressed by cultural professionals, we designed this course with the aim of sharing information, teaching techniques and helping to improve the way we communicate with the outside world, but also within teams.