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The government's new Loneliness Strategy, published on 16 October, discusses a cross-governmental approach to loneliness that builds on the Secretary of State's pilot work with social prescribing.

ACE is currently running a series of consultation events across the country for its new 10-year strategy, including in London between 6 and 14 November.

Comics Youth CIC has won this year’s Arts in Health award from the Royal Society for Public Health for their “Building Stories” project with marginalised young people.

The Trustees of London Arts in Health Forum are delighted to announce the appointment of Jenni Regan as the new Director of LAHF. Jenni will be taking up the post in early December.

A recent report on cultural leadership has called for more diverse leadership, and indicated that arts leaders' creativity and capacity to problem-solve is being impacted by the precarity of the sector.

Arts Council England is investing £24million over the next four years in its Creative People and Places scheme, to support work in those areas of the country falling into the bottom third in terms of engagement with creative and cultura

Live Music Now has appointed Sir Vernon Ellis to succeed their founding chair Ian Stoutkzer.

The recently released loneliness strategy includes a commitment to expand social prescribing and states that the "Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport will work with Arts Council England to address loneliness through its pro

Two key themes for the 2019 World Health Congress in Manchester will be arts and health, and social change.

The Mayor's office has announced a new project – LDN WMN, which will focus on women whose work has historically been overlooked. The partnership with Tate Collective will involve 20 new artworks in public locations around the city.

The British Council, Bozar and the European Cultural Foundation have produced a series of recommendations around Brexit, based on a workshop held in late September with over 60 UK and EU leaders from across the creative industries.

The Care Quality Commission has published its annual summary of the State of Care.