Making Scotland “the best place in the world to grow up” through cross-sector collaboration
We look at Soil Association’s Food for Life Scotland programme and Scottish Book Trust’s BookBug programme, two examples of how Scottish Government, local government and the third sector are working together to deliver positive outcomes for children in Scotland.
Doing digital arts differently: St. Helens Libraries and Ideas Alliance’s action research
Find out more about this "learning by doing" project, where the team worked collaboratively with artists, makers, library staff, residents and more to innovate and test ways to help digital arts thrive in St. Helens.
Neurodiversity, Performance, and Dance: In Conversation with Natasha Britton, Dance Practice Director of Magpie Dance
We talk to Natasha Britton, Dance Practice Director of Magpie Dance, about creating inclusive opportunities for dancers with learning disabilitiies.
Interview with Andreas Rosenboom, Music Therapist
Andreas shared some stories and bits of advice that come from working as a music therapist.
Interview: Dr. Margaret Lobo, Otakar Kraus Music Trust
We sat down with Dr. Margaret Lobo, founder of the Otakar Kraus Music Trust to find out how she was inspired to work with others to find their voice.
, Best Mistake
, Children and Young People
, Citizen-led Action
, Community Development
, Community Engagement
, Mental Health
People’s Voice Media
People's Voice Media is an organisation that captures people's experiences and opinions in order to influence public policy.
Cartwheel Arts – The Wellbeing Dominoes
We learn about the Wellbeing Dominoes, a group art game which encourages collaboration and cooperation.
Teaching happiness at Wellington College
Wellington College became the first school in the UK to launch a course in happiness and wellbeing.