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The Office for Civil Society (OCS) in the Cabinet Office and the Big Lottery Fund (BIG) are running a joint survey to seek views on how the web is used by civil society organisations to access advice and support, funding information and

The Office of National Statistics (ONS) is developing new measures of national wellbeing.

The NEA is leading a new task force of 13 federal agencies and departments to encourage more and better research on how the arts help people reach their full potential at all stages of life. 

praXis and Creative Remedies are pleased to announce the winning and highly commended projects for the West Midlands based Arts and Health Awards 2011.. The winning and highly commended projects are:

The Epic Awards are an annual showcase for the best in amateur and voluntary arts in the UK.

The House of Commons Communities and Local Government Committee has stated that it sees ‘a compelling case’ for the inclusion of ‘a cultural dimension as part of the social pillar of the definition of sustainable development’ within the

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In 2012, LAHF is expanding its staff team and firstly we are looking to recruit a Marketing and Development Associate to join the organisation from February to support the Director in raising the profile of LAHF’s work and developing strategic opportunities for the organisation as it joins Arts Council England’s National Portfolio.