Translated guidance

With the support of the British Council, we are currently in the process of translating some of our guidance for venue and event organisers into a range of lannguages. 

The languages we will have available are:

• Arabic
• Chinese (Simplified)
• French
• German
• Japanese
• Korean
• Portuguese
• Portuguese (Brazilian)
• Russian
• Spanish
• Ukrainian

Please join our mailing list to be informed when the translations go live.

Documents being translated

Access Starts Online

These guides have been designed for venue and festival organisers, providing a template for what to include in online access information for Deaf and disabled audiences.

Please note: The translated international versions of these documents do not include the opportunity to have information accredited by Attitude is Everything. 

Find out more and download the English versions here.

DIY Access Guide

DIY Access Guide

This printable booklet is for artists, bands and promoters, sharing simple things anyone can do to make their events more inclusive and welcoming to Deaf and disabled audiences and artists.

Find out more and download the English version here.

International work

We are able to offer our training, access consultancy services and Attitude Champion model to international clients.

In 2017, we were asked by Gibraltar’s Ministry of Equality to develop a Disability Equality Train the Trainer course.

We are also keen to discuss international franchises of our successful Charter of Best Practice.

In 2014, we were commissioned by the Equal Opportunities Council in Nordland, Norway and the Norwegian Live Music Association to develop a franchise model of our Charter of Best Practice for Norway.

We spoke at industry events about the project, delivered training, conducted site-visits, assisted with a fact-finding visit to the UK, and worked with disabled people in Norway to develop a model of working using our Charter framework.

This experience puts us in a strong position to engage with other countries who might wish to involve local disability organisations to adopt our highly successful Charter model.

If you wish to discuss this further, please contact our Head of Programmes and Business Development Gideon Feldman via:, or call us on (+44)020 7383 7979.

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