Resources

Safeguarding and Abuse Prevention: Research findings 2021

Findings of the first national survey of safeguarding and abuse prevention policies and practices in UK dance organisations carried out by One Dance UK in 2021. Find out about the 2022 research findings here.

Dance activity offers an opportunity to enhance physical, psychological, spiritual and social health. Anyone who dances should be able to experience these benefits free from abuse. Safeguarding/abuse prevention activities help everyone to take responsibility for these goals.

HOTFOOT Online | Autumn 2018

Global Infrastructures – celebrating the artists, practitioners and organisations within dance of the African Diaspora who ensure the art forms and artists continue to thrive in the UK and beyond.

HOTFOOT Online | Summer 2018

Leading the Way – a focus on Leadership and Infrastructure from the perspective of our Trailblazers Fellowship Alumni who are creating new pathways of artistic expression and leadership whilst impacting education, culture and lifestyle in the UK and beyond.

HOTFOOT Online | Autumn 2017

Transmitting the Dance: Principles, Aesthetic, Technique and Nuance Celebrating African People’s Dance – providing a platform for critical debate around the dance practices of the African Diaspora in the UK and abroad.

HOTFOOT Spring 2017, Tabanka Crew performing at Re:generations 2014, Photo by Foteini Christofilopoulou

HOTFOOT Online | Spring 2017

Journeys and International Connections Celebrating African People’s Dance – providing a platform for critical debate around the dance practices of the African Diaspora in the UK and abroad.

HOTFOOT Magazine | Autumn 2010 Special Edition

This special edition of Hotfoot magazine commemorates the 15th anniversary of the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora (ADAD).