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The Behavioural and Cultural Insights Unit at the WHO Regional Office for Europe is hosting a one-day meeting dedicated to the role of the arts in health care, featuring a multicountry pilot study titled “Music and Motherhood”. The event is a collaboration with the Jameel Arts & Health Lab, supported by Central Denmark Region.
The Nordic Culture Fund joins forces with several actors and organizations in new types of partnership projects to develop initiatives that contribute to new knowledge about the arts and culture field, and stimulate policy development in specific areas, including arts and health, community building, and sustainable development.
In cooperation with the Danish Cultural Institute, the New Democracy Fund have recently published the Cultural Rights Manual to intensify the focus on what cultural rights are and how they can be used.
The Committee has published a joint opinion on the Nordic Council of Ministers' draft budget for 2023 and the proposed savings in the fields of culture, education and research.
The Nordic Culture Fund’s new programme Globus aims to encourage artists, institutions and other cultural actors to engage in wide transnational collaborations and long-term networks that extend beyond the Nordic region.
This year, the Nordic Culture Fund is hosting a seminar on artistic freedom at the Gothenburg Book Fair. At the seminar, current trends and challenges regarding artistic freedom of expression will be discussed from a Nordic and global perspective.