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Arts Council England has launched the Cultural Education Challenge in order to drive a more consistent approach to arts education in schools.
Shadow Secretary for Culture, Media and Sport Michael Dugher stated that Labour will campaign for sustained investment in the arts and culture, and in grassroots sport at the Labour Party conference.
The National Leisure and Culture Forum sponsored Leading Learning Programme is a year long leadership development programme specifically tailored to the needs of management across the leisure and culture sector.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport will be launching proposals for a new, far-reaching cultural strategy, the first in 50 years, and are inviting your ideas.
DCMS is seeking views on proposals for the future of the Taking Part survey.
Local authority arts budgets in England and Wales continue to contract, but the sector has “been able to show resilience and remain reasonably stable overall”.
A report that sets out the findings of the triennial review of UK Sport and Sport England is now available.
New research and practical guidelines published Women in Sport, aims to provide sport with the means to engage more effectively with women and girls and increase the number of women playing sport.
VisitBritain have undertaken research to find out the different types of shops visited by overseas visitors in 2014.