The Museum sees inclusiveness as all-encompassing, both physically and socially, and is therefore committed to developing a series of programmes inspired by the values of equality, accessibility and participation as the democratic expression of its project to reach all members of the public and contribute towards social change by combating exclusion. These values pervade all aspects of Museum activity, which is based on the aforementioned three concepts: equality, accessibility and proximity.
The Museum’s inclusiveness programme is an across-the-board project which is supported by all departments and which requires synergy between the institution and the social agents. The programme is implemented gradually: each proposal is developed and consolidated (and expanded, if necessary) adding to previous actions, which leads to an increasingly dense network of small and large actions. Because of its very nature the Museum’s inclusiveness programme is far-reaching in its effects.