OCM actively strives to work in an environmentally responsibe and ethical manner in all aspects of our operation, including programming, marketing, production and staff activity. Our detailed environmental policy, which you can find below, was developed using guidelines from Julie's Bicycle.
Oxford Contemporary Music actively strives towards equal opportunities for all regardless of age, belief, disability, gender, sexuality and race and seeks to make its work available to the widest possible audience.
Oxford Contemporary Music (OCM) recognises that in our society groups and individuals have been, and continue to be, discriminated against on the basis of race, colour, national origins, culture, gender, marital or parental status, disability, class, sexual orientation, age, political or religious beliefs. OCM is committed to counteracting this by the promotion of equal opportunities in all aspects of its operation, including programming, marketing, recruitment, and staff development.
OCM acknowledges that discrimination is illegal under the provisions of the Race Relations Act 1976, the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 amended 1986, the Equal Pay Act 1970, the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, the Disabled Persons (Employment) Acts of 1958 and 1994 and the Disability Discrimination Act of 1995.