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Both the Health Foundation and the King's Fund have published guides to promised health spending in the different parties’ manifestos.

A new EU report (attached) based on a cross-European project and published in memory of MP Jo Cox advocates for museum and exhibition projects dedicated to migration as a means of empowering refugees.

The Culture, Health and Wellbeing international conference, in Bristol on the 19, 20 and 21 June, promises to be a wonderful opportunity to share knowledge and experience, learn ab

The Royal College of Nursing has revealed that four out of five members of the RCN who took part in a consultative vote at the union's annual conference backed a walkout, while nine out of 10 favoured industrial action short of a strike

A new online service has been created by charity VocalEyes to promote audio-described and other theatre performances across the UK that are accessible to blind and partially sighted people.

A number of arts and culture organisations – including the Museums Association, One Dance UK, the Creative Industries Federation, and the Cultural Learning Alliance – have issued manifestos ahead of the general election.

The City of London Corporation is inviting tenders for a £12m design contract for a new state-of-the-art Centre for Music on the Museum of London site next to the Barbican.

A House of Lords select committee has highlighted the difficulties young people from diverse backgrounds face in accessing careers in theatre.

The £1.6 billion spent on culture in the capital in 2014-15 is only exceeded by Paris and Moscow.

If you work with older people or are interested in how the arts can maintain good health in later life, come along to our partnership

After a second sold-out Connect event last year, we’re pleased to announce that we will be holding another

The Big Half is a new festival for local communities in four key London boroughs, engaging with faith groups, community organisations, sports and arts clubs, youth groups and other community based institutions.

Dance to Health is an older people’s falls prevention dance programme. The expanded programme will run for two years.