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The London Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2012 will take place from June 13-20 this summer and promises to be a great showcase for the huge variety of arts and health activity in the capital.

A new financial institution set up by the Government to finance charities and community groups has been launched.

A new report from The King’s Fund assesses the ways in which local authorities have begun to develop new arrangements with their partners – the size, composition and ways of working emerging from the shadow Health and Wellbeing boards.

Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council the International Health Humanities Network aims to provide a global platform for scholars, medical, health and social care professionals, voluntary sector workers and creative practiti

Earlyarts, the national body working to develop arts and creative opportunities for children, has launched its National Strategy for Effective Practice.

Creative & Cultural Skills, Arts Council England, and NESTA have joined forces to commission new independent research into the influence of publicly funded theatre on commercial theatre, with a view to gaining a greater understandin

LAHF is planning some research into the barriers, challenges and incentives facing commissioners looking to work with the arts and we are keen to hear from you!

As part of the Government’s examination of national wellbeing, The Office of National Statistics has released figures tying together the social and economic data from a wide range of government departments and other organisations regard

The new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) came into effect on 27 March.

19 arts and cultural organisations who jointly campaigned to see culture included in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) have joined together to establish the Culture in Planning Alliance (CiPA).

Making Music has been awarded £85,500 to expand its volunteering activities. The funding will be delivered over the course of two years by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.