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London Voluntary Service Council and Greater London Volunteering invite you to their first joint conference to hear from some of the key leaders of civil society in London.

Revolving Doors and LankellyChase Foundation are launching a new research network, bringing together researchers from different disciplines and sectors, such as homelessness, criminology, psychology and health.

The NSW Minister for Health, the Hon. Jillian Skinner MP, has announced the establishment of a new taskforce on health and arts, to prepare a NSW Health and Arts Framework.

The Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector advisory group is seeking views on two consultations:

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s ArtWorks’ initiative has published a survey of almost 1,000 UK-based artists suggesting that financial pressures are making access to training and development opportunities.

The King’s Fund have published an outline of the new government’s measures for health and social care after 100 days in office.

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Research based on evidence from Sweden, the Netherlands, the UK and Spain – published in The Lancet Neurology journal – indicates that the number of people with dementia in some Western European countries is stabilising.

A series of new workshops offered by Cardboard Citizens.
Venue: Cardboard Citizens, Whitechapel, London, E1 1EJ.

Mark Storor and Anna Ledgard’s latest project The Barometer of My Heart. 

The Wellcome collections' picture library is currently acccepting submissions of images for the library and for its awards.

Award-winning images will go on display in science centres and public galleries around the world.

Alistair Burt, Minister for Community and Social Care, discusses targeted funding for better mental health services for young people, giving a breakdown of the government’s intentional spend of £1.25 billion on improving children’s ment

Many hospitals are failing to provide dementia-friendly facilities such as signage and decor, according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

'One-way' relationships between universities and arts organisations may mean the institutions are falling short of their potential impact within their communities, according to a new report.

Listening to music before, during and after an operation can help reduce pain, according to a newly-published review.

The first of what will be quarterly updates to provide information about what the National Alliance has been doing, and recent developments in the field of arts, health and wellbei