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Cultural and sporting opportunities have intrinsic value, and can inspire personal success, but to view them only this narrowly would be to fail to understand their true value. Organisations working in these fields are doing so much more. Our inquiry showcases some of the evidence that we received, demonstrating the impact of culture and sport on positive outcomes in health, education, criminal justice and urban regeneration.
Inclusion. It’s a buzz word. Inclusion finds itself in public policy discourse and conversations in development circles. Situated at the interface between policy and political processes, it is relevant in discussions and debates on citizenship and migration, cultural studies, economic theorising, humanitarian standards and the intersection of gender and climate change, among many others.
Italian minister praises two nations for setting a great example of cultural exchange, and says Rome is willing to deepen mutual understanding with Beijing
Research by UK startup Vastari delves into hidden economics of museums' special shows
The Art Newspaper's exclusive annual survey ranks the world's most visited shows in 2018, looks at the rise of Instagram-friendly exhibitions, and reveals the secrets of getting into a blockbuster
The role that local government plays in the leisure, sports, heritage and culture fields is huge. aWe all know what huge industries the cultural industries are, as well as the visitor economy. Between them they account for over £200 billion of economic activity.