Tackling colonial legacies can be challenging for military history museums, says Geraldine Kendall Adams
Curating content that allows people of colour to see and be themselves might one day give them a sense of belonging, says Carol Ann Dixon
Tokenistic gestures are not enough to tackle colonial legacies, says Errol Francis
Those who have been held back by inequality in the past may be best placed to deal with the challenges we face in the future, says Hilary Carty
‘Pingdemic’ brings disruption while some institutions are struggling to recruit enough workers
An online platform that will enable museums to sell objects to the public has put deaccessioning under the spotlight once more
What will be the long-term impact of the pandemic on museum education?
The loss of more than 4,000 roles in museums lays bare the long-term costs of Covid
Is the museum sector making headway on its pledge to combat structural racism?
Projects like the V&A’s new Curious Alice experience are at the vanguard of a major technological shift
Museums are seeking dynamic, entrepreneurial and imaginative trustees to help steer them through the coronavirus crisis and beyond
It's been a year of upheaval for museum leaders in more ways than one. Geraldine Kendall Adams finds out how they have been faring