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Working in the Arts with Young People at Risk, Artswork

The kit contains four sets of practical guidelines: ‘Using the Arts with Young People at Risk’; ‘Access All Areas: Disability and Youth Arts’; ‘Using the Arts with Juvenile and Young Offenders’ and ‘Using the Arts with Young Asylum Seekers and Refugees’.

Getting the measure of children’s wellbeing

New Philanthropy Capital has developed a tool to find out just how happy our children are, and to help charities work out how to make them even happier.

Arts Council England launches strategic funding and 2011-15 plan

Arts Council England has published details of how it will invest £440 million of strategic funding between 2012 and 2015, including two new programmes for Capital and Touring.

The Prison Arts Directory

The Prison Arts Directory is cataloguing prison arts programmes around the world, organising and documenting existing resources, and will be providing a space for dialogue and greater networking across the sector.

Mencap: In the Moment

In the Moment is about the arts and working with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. It aims to break down some barriers and inspires people to deliver more arts activities in this area.

LVSC launches On the Radar database

The online database contains in-depth information about voluntary and community sector organisations that deliver public health services in London.

New website for Arts and Health

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) and Create, the Irish national development agency for collaborative arts in social and community contexts have launched artsandhealth.ie , the first national independent arts and health website in Ireland.

Making Music, Music and Wellbeing Resources

A range of links, resources and presentations from Making Music’s recent conference on the theme of Music and Wellbeing are now available.

New website for Arts and Health

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) and Create, the Irish national development agency for collaborative arts in social and community contexts have launched artsandhealth.ie , the first national independent arts and health website in Ireland.

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