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A famous London music venue is opening its doors to 15,000 young people, the majority from disadvantaged backgrounds, each year to learn skills, build confidence and make connections to equip them to work in the UK’s creative industries.
The largest ever survey on physical activity in Estonia, published last year, confirmed a worrying fact - more than half of both adults and children in Estonia still do too little exercise. A new and longer-term step to get Estonians more active will be taken with the forthcoming cross-sectoral action plan to promote physical activity.
The report focuses on the financing of municipalities' work with children's and young people's right to culture, the interaction between municipal and regional funds and targeted state grants. The report also examines the extent to which follow-ups are carried out to ensure the right of all children and young people to art and culture.
The Creative Wellbeing Fund, established through the strategic partnership agreement between Education Scotland and Creative Scotland, was made available to support schools to take a creative approach to improve learner wellbeing by working in partnership with a creative partner.
Para esta versión, se realizó un catálogo donde se dan a conocer biografía y trayectoria tanto de ilustradores e ilustradoras como las y los profesionales participantes en la delegación nacional.
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.