LAHF is currently developing its strategy for 2014 and we are keen to hear from as many people as possible to help shape our plans and ambitions.
The Design Council has completed the pilot of a two pronged design approach to curbing incidents of violence and aggression in Accident and Emergency.
The European Commission has announced a decline in cultural activity across the EU over the past five years with a “significant” decrease in the number of people actively involved in the arts.
Public Health England has produced a new report examining the links between social and economic inequalities and poor health as a result of diet and physical activity.
Arts Council England has published details of the process whereby it will refresh its portfolio of national organisations.
The Care Quality Commission is undertaking a themed inspection programme looking at the quality of dementia care.
New research by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has found that local government spending in England is set to fall by nearly 30 per cent between 2008 and 2015 with the arts among the areas facing the brunt of cuts.
Public arts think-tank ixia has launched its Public Art Survey 2013. The annual public art survey builds a map of the sector, providing information to help advocate the benefits of public art. Results will be published in the new year.
HPCI Media has announced the winners of its ‘Building Better Healthcare’ Awards. The Award for Best Collaborative Arts Project went to Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (in Wales) and ArtinSite.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Wellbeing is running a series of events aimed at producing a report looking at how government policy can improve wellbeing.
Americans for the Arts have issued a comprehensive publication exploring the ways in which the arts can support current and ex-servicemen and women.
New research by NESTA and Arts Council England into the ways in which arts organisations are utilising new technology shows that almost three-quarters of organisations now regard new technology as essential to their marketing, and over
The LVSC has published its annual Big Squeeze survey; a snapshot of the current impact the economic and policy climate is having on the voluntary and community sector in London and the people who use their services.
The Government has published new data showing that 41,500 patients are admitted to hospital every day in England, an increase of nearly 13 per cent in five years.