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La institución fue galardonada por “crear formatos accesibles para personas con discapacidad visual y porque desarrolla programas de inclusión musical para la niñez y adolescencia con discapacidad auditiva, autismo y discapacidad intelectual”, indicaron los organizadores.
Connected Lives: Creative solutions to the mental health crisis presents findings from the Arts, Creativity and Mental Wellbeing Policy Development Program which was a 4-month series of discussions that ran from February to May 2022. The report outlines a series of recommendations for government and identifies areas of strategic priority of the sector.
Barbados became the 118th country to adhere to the Marrakesh Treaty, which helps the blind, visually impaired or people with other disabilities, to access published works in libraries.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today (9th February 2023) published new research it has commissioned into the potential introduction to Northern Ireland of a UK-wide Access Scheme for disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent audiences members buying tickets for creative and cultural events and venues. The four UK arts councils and the British Film Institution are collaborating on the development of a new Access Scheme for disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent audiences which supports their return, post-pandemic, to arts events and venues. The Access Scheme has also been identified as a key government priority in the UK Government’s 2021 Disability Strategy.
October 2022 saw Malta’s first national symposium dedicated to the artistic and creative industries, State of the Arts. Organised by Arts Council Malta, the symposium gathered together artists, practitioners, policy makers and creatives, offering a platform for discussion and debate on the trends, challenges and opportunities of the artistic sectors in Malta and the international contexts that shape their dynamics.
En el Festival Artístico Inclusivo habrá 84 eventos y actividades con la participación de más de 33 artistas de disciplinas artísticas como música, pintura, literatura, danza y circo social.