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Our Committment to Accessibility

As a world-leading independent arts charity for the screen industries, BAFTA is committed to accessibility, both in our own work and in the work being done by creators and makers across film, games and TV.  

Inclusion for all is at the heart of everything we do. We want every interaction with BAFTA to be as valuable, enjoyable and comfortable as possible, whether you are watching our awards at home, attending an event, or taking part in one of our talent development initiatives.  

Our commitment to you and the industry:  

  • We will ensure deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people have a voice in our decision-making.
  • We will plan for access, early in the planning stages of all our activity.
  • For our audiences, We will ensure access adjustments are either available as standard or are simple and easy to request.

We are also a partner of the TV Access Project (TAP) and committed to supporting achieve their mission of full inclusion by 2030.

Accessibility at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly

For accessibilty information about BAFTA 195 Piccadilly in London, click here.