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This is a guide to how mass involvement with shaping the future can solve complex problems.
The Durham Commission is a joint research collaboration between Durham University and Arts Council England, convened to look at the role creativity and creative thinking should play in the education of young people.
Adults’ engagement with the arts dropped off slightly in the 2018/19 year, despite an overall trend towards higher engagement over the last decade.
Access to Work is a resource that helps to create a more accessible work environment. It provides grants to remove barriers that disabled people face in undertaking paid employment. Disability Arts Online has written this guide to interpret the Access to Work rules and official guidance with specific advice for the arts and cultural sector.
Access to Work: A Guide for the Arts and Cultural Sector is a new digital resource aimed at demystifying the process of applying to Access to Work. Disability Arts Online’s CEO Trish Wheatley explains why it was needed and how it can help you.
The 21st-century public servant is expected to be adept at change. The best of them will have access to the tools of an innovator and embrace a growth mindset which looks outwards to new possibilities.