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INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
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Cities, Culture, Creativity : Leveraging Culture and Creativity for Sustainable Urban Development and Inclusive Growth

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‘Cities, Culture, and Creativity’ (CCC) provides guiding principles and a CCC Framework, developed by UNESCO and the World Bank, to support cities in unlocking the power of cultural and creative industries for sustainable urban development, city competitiveness, and... Read more

Published

2021

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INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
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Love in a cold climate: Creative ageing in Finland

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How is Finland approaching the creative and cultural rights of and provision for older people? A series of case studies from and reflections on Finland’s creative ageing scene.

Published

2021

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COVID-19 and the social determinants of health and health equity: evidence brief

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The Institute of Health Equity (IHE) have worked with the WHO to produce this evidence brief which discusses the disproportionate impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on more disadvantaged population groups, with a focus on how it is widening health inequities.

Published

2021

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What is the evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being? A scoping review

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This WHO scoping review synthesises the global evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being, with a specific focus on the WHO European Region. Overall, the findings demonstrated that the arts can potentially impact both mental and physical h... Read more

Published

2019

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INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
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Best Practices for Communications & Engagement in Cross Border Health/Art Collaborations

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This document offers best practice advice for cross country collaboration including information on managing networks, effective science-art engagement, monitoring and evaluations.

Published

2019

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The Practice and Ethics of Participatory Visual Methods for Community Engagement in Public Health and Health Science

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This handbook provides guidelines on the practice and ethics of participatory visual methods with emphasis on their use in low and middle income countries for community and public engagement in health and health science.

Published

2019

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INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
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Sing Me In Handbook 1: Collective singing in the integration process of young migrants. Singing with groups of young refugees

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First in a series of four handbooks produced by the Sing Me In project, published by the European Choral Association- Europa Cantat – aimed at anyone considering or planning a project involving collective singing with refugees and asylum seekers.

Published

2018

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Sing Me In Handbook 2: Including young people with migrant backgrounds in existing choir

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This second practical handbook in a series of four outputs produced by the Sing Me In project, published by the European Choral Association – aimed at conductors and others active in the field of collective singing, and offers tips on how to: integrate young migra... Read more

Published

2018

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Sing Me In Handbook 3:Working in a school environment

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This third handbook  in a series produced by the Sing Me In project, published by the European Choral Association, is aimed at anyone who might be involved in using collective singing as an integration tool in school, be it classroom teachers, leaders of after-school a... Read more

Published

2018

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INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT
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How culture and the arts can promote intercultural dialogue in the context of the migratory and refugee crisis

Summary

This report by a working group of EU Member State experts,explores the ways culture and the arts can help to bring individuals and peoples together, to increase their participation in cultural and societal life in the context of the migratory and refugee crisis.

Published

2017

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