Youth and culture: engaging a more diverse group of young people in the arts

Policy product type
Briefing originally posted on LGiU website
Published date
January 11, 2018
Author
Chris Hayes, LGiU Associate
Categories
People, Services
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This briefing looks at a report which highlights the importance of the youth and arts sectors working together to champion positive change for young people – particularly disadvantaged young people and those with extra support needs.

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