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Are you a marginalised or disabled artist, writer, maker or engaging in arts activity? Creative Future is researching the barriers that marginalised and disabled artists face when accessing arts opportunities.

The Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) has been told to model Spending Review cuts worth 25% and 40% of their resource budgets by 2019–20 – the same level of reductions requested ahead of the 2010 Spending Review.

The Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) has been told to model Spending Review cuts worth 25% and 40% of their resource budgets by 2019–20 – the same level of reductions requested ahead of the 2010 Spending Review.

This year’s Medicine Unboxed Creative Prize panel has unveiled a longlist of ten artists for the prize.

A collaboration between the Mayor of London and London dance companies should see more opportunities for children in London schools to take part in dance.

The Local Government Association and NHS Clinical Commissioners have issued a call for local authorities to better support Health and Wellbeing Boards in taking a holistic approach to prevention and incorporating more creative approache

The deadline for the submission of abstracts to the seventh annual international conference of Arts and Health Australia is the end of July.

New guidance has been issued for communities to achieve Dementia Friendly Community status. It sets out a framework communities can work to in order to achieve a kite-mark recognising their dementia-friendly status.

The London Assembly has called for an urgent review of the demands on young people’s mental health services and for a more integrated approach to mental health provision for young and Black and Minority Ethnic people.

Last week parliament debated the arts funding split between London and the rest of England.

A new report by the Creative Industries Federation and Arts Council England highlights the impact that public funding for the arts has on the wider commercial creative industries and on society as a whole.

NHS England and Public Health England have issued a joint call for local authority partners to develop new housing developments focused on health and wellbeing.

The Office for National Statistics has released a set of data comparing wellbeing levels in the UK with other countries.

A new survey has revealed that three quarters of GPs think their patients with dementia rely on family as they don't get enough help from health and social care services.  90% think people need more help to cope with the lonelyness asso

A national survey of almost 19,000 children and young people who stayed in hospital overnight or were seen as a day patient show most children were happy with their care.

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