Showing all 5 results

  • A Place for Culture: Developing a local culture offer for all children and young people – 112KB (2010)

    This document sets out a vision that all children, no matter where they live or what their background, should have the opportunity to enjoy high-quality cultural experiences in and out of school.

  • The Art in Peacemaking: A Guide to Integrating Conflict Resolution Education Into Youth Arts Programs – 1344KB (2002)

    This resource guide provides information and tools that introduce arts teachers to conflict resolution skills and processes. The guide also contains various arts-based exercises that can be used to introduce conflict resolution concepts to young people in the classroom. These exercises serve merely as a starting point; arts teachers are encouraged to develop their own activities that will work best within the settings in which they teach. Because this guide was developed after four years of the Partnership’s initiative to integrate conflict resolution into arts programs, it contains descriptions of how arts organizations have integrated conflict resolution into their work with youth, schools, and other community organizations.

  • Using the arts and culture to deliver positive activities for young people – 2206KB (2009)

    Presentation about Arts Council England in partnership with the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) staged three one day events in July 2009 to increase understanding of how the arts and culture can help deliver positive activities for young people and National Indicator 110. NI 110 aims to measure and drive improved performance in the proportion of young people participating in positive activities.

  • Vancouver, BC – Watch yOUR step! – 78KB (2002)

    Sidewalk mosaic project undertaken by Roundhouse Community Centre in Vancouver to outreach to street-involved youth and to raise awareness of their issues.

  • What’s the point? Using drama to engage young people at risk – 84KB (2006)

    This report summarises the findings of case study research into a drama based Positive Activities for Young People (PAYP) project. The project was delivered using the Drama Enrichment materials which form part of the Youth Justice Board (YJB) PLUS strategy. Executive Summary.