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by Lauren Wallace-Thompson

Hidden & Hunted: Ending Women’s Homelessness Exhibition at the Brighton Fringe

As part of the Ending Women's Homelessness campaign, women experiencing homelessness were given disposable cameras and worked with a local photographer to document their experiences. The result is an emotional and eye-opening photography exhibition currently hosted at the Brighton Fringe Festival.

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by Anna Eaton

Breathe Arts Health Research: NHS Staff Wellbeing Programme: Collective Power Award

This week we're learning about and celebrating a co-designed and co-produced programme that uses creativity, underpinned by science, to improve the health and wellbeing of 18,000 health and care staff in London.

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by Anna Eaton

Joy of Sound: Collective Power Award

Read all about the surprises, best bits and learning along the way for this small, inclusive community music organisation who have adapted over the last year with an incredible list of partners and collaborators. The next in our CHWA Collective Power Award shortlist showcase.

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by Anna Eaton

Boats on an Ocean: Collective Power Award

This week we are celebrating and hearing from those involved in an emotive, intimate audio artwork project channeling the lived experience of healthcare workers during Covid. A great example of collaboration and the power of the arts.

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by Anna Eaton

Dance On, Yorkshire Dance: Collective Power Award

What we've loved, learnt and been surprised by. We hear from those at the heart of a project aimed at increasing physical activity and enhancing wellbeing for people aged 55+ which has been shortlisted for the Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance 2021 Awards.

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by Anna Eaton

The Magic and the Mayhem: a must listen podcast

If you love working collaboratively with communities or are looking to do so, this podcast is for you. The Communities in the Making series offers a mixture of real stories, practical tips and reflections about community project participation.

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by Anna Eaton

Collective Power: Tracing Autonomy, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow

The latest in our Collective Power Award series celebrates a project that focuses on autonomy as a model for supporting reflective practice for clinical, arts and health practitioners.

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Burcu Borysik, Mayday Trust