Best Practice Guidelines

Our Best Practice Guidelines are a collection of free and paid resources. They are designed to help individuals and organisations who are seeking guidance on how to approach diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. They are a fantastic alternative for teams who are unable to afford an individualised consultation package but still want to improve the way they are representing and championing diversity.

All contributors to the Best Practice Guidelines are paid, and have lived experience in the areas that they are writing and reviewing.

The first edition of the Best Practice Guidelines is available now.


Our free glossary currently contains more than 100 terms, and is designed to introduce the reader to concepts that they may not have considered before, explore why these topics are important, and kickstart further research and understanding.

Our paid guides are longer action-oriented documents. They aim to educate the reader about a particular social group or concept, but also include advice on how to respectfully approach various situations in content, workplaces, and other environments with tangible steps. All paid guides have been written by a consultant with lived experience and reviewed by at least two similarly experienced consultants.

All proceeds on paid resources go towards Represent Me's future projects, including updated editions of the Best Practice Guidelines. By paying for these resources, you are ensuring consultants from underrepresented groups receive a fair wage for their work.

Second edition

Additional glossary items and guides are currently in production. More information about the second edition of the Best Practice Guidelines is available in the Introduction PDF.