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To promote health in our population we need improvements to social, economic, cultural and physicalenvironments in addition to developing skills and knowledge for individuals and the community. The role of the arts and new media in contributing to improving these conditions is clear.
Today, the European Commission launches the European Music Contest calling young Europeans, between 15 and 25, to submit a song expressing support to the fight against poverty in the world.
There is much potential for the arts to capitalise on the benefits they offer business, according to a new survey of corporate decision makers.
The Competitiveness Council - composed of European Affairs, Industry or Research Ministers - adopted Conclusions on Creating an innovative Europe, recognising culture-based creativity 'as an important tool for competitiveness, growth and quality of life for citizens' and as a 'vital driver of innovation in sectors such as the cultural and creative industries'.
The Australia Council has dispatched a crack troop of techies to reboot the nation's arts organisations.
An exhibition of photo-documentary works from the 2009 Freedom to Create Prize tours to the Queens Palace complex in Bagh-e-Babur (or Babur Gardens) in Kabul, Afghanistan.