We are inviting dancers, choreographers, and teachers of different dance genres to join our team of specialists, who are working to develop inclusive dance in the UK – dance involving people with and without disabilities. You can put on dance productions, teach dance pieces to people with disabilities; hold master classes; or dance in an inclusive dance pair. You will gain invaluable professional experience and will be invited to participate in the British Inclusive Dance Festival in October 2016, at the end of which you will receive a letter of thanks from the Festival’s Organizing Committee and certificates of attendance for all participants. You can also join us if you don’t have any dance training but would like to learn to dance. Send your application in your preferred format to
Aims and objectives of Inclusive Dance UK
To support people with disabilities who are involved in various forms of dance.
To provide an opportunity for disabled children and young people and adults to socialize with non-disabled peers.
To initiate a volunteer movement that uses different types of dance to integrate disabled people into society.
To develop different types and forms of inclusive dance based on people with and without disabilities dancing together.
To promote a positive image of socially active disabled people and the volunteers who help them.
To assist upward mobility of people with disabilities and volunteers.
To stimulate the activity of volunteer organizations and creative teams who help disabled people and create conditions for their social integration.
To coordinate activity of inclusive dance groups and experts from different parts of the United Kingdom, exchange of experience, realization of projects and objectives created by working together.
The main goals of Inclusive Dance UK are:
• To coordinate activity of inclusive dance groups and experts from different parts of the United Kingdom, exchange of experience, realization of projects and objectives created by working together;
• To give organizational and methodological aid to inclusive dance groups or social oriented non-profit organizations, that develop inclusive dance and dance rehabilitation;
• To analyse, discuss and systematize the proposals of experts, specialists, and leaders of inclusive dance groups or social oriented non-profit organisations working to develop inclusive dance and dance rehabilitation, elaboration of avenues of joint activity based on voluntary self-organisation, cooperation with governmental and local authorities;
• To make informational and organizational conditions to consolidate and develop infrastructure on inclusive dance and dance rehabilitation all over the world, to make a system of events and programs, providing their support.
For more information
Call Ray Bulpitt : +44 782 820 1044