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A scheme begun 30 years ago in the barrios of Caracas is hardly an obvious model for social regeneration in Scotland.
In March 2005 the Scottish Executive commissioned Centre for Cultural Policy Research ( CCPR) to undertake research to define "quality of life"...
The final report from the Cultural Commission, which was established in April 2004 to 'look seriously and maturely at [Scotland's] culture and decide the framework for its support in the future'.
The experience of participating in the arts should be enjoyable and rewarding. In order for this to happen it is important that children and young people feel safe, comfortable and respected.
The launch of a long-promised review of Scotland’s arts policy has been delayed to reflect better the First Minister’s new agenda for "cultural rights". A consultation document, originally due to be published earlier this month, is being rewritten to "fully reflect" the themes of Jack McConnell’s St Andrew’s Day speech, officials say.