New Labour consultation paper which challenged cultural professionals and educationalists to provide a new and coherent direction for creative learning, and for encouraging creativity through culture.
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Important at-the-time DCMS document explaining its developing thinking about the creative industries environment and policy.
Part of the evidence base for the New Labour Creative Economy Programme, commissioned from The Work Foundation by DCMS in 2007.
Published by Arts Council England in 2006, outlines the positive contribution that the arts can make to children and young people. Aimed to bring greater understanding of how the arts could help to achieve the outcomes of the New Labour government agendas of Every Child Matters and Youth Matters.
Study by the Burns-Owen Partnership of the impact of Creative Partnerships on the creative economy.
Considers how to promote the development of entrepreneurial skills amongst graduates, and how to avoid skills shortages by getting the skills supply to match more closely with the needs of creative businesses.
Presents findings of research on social inclusion in the arts.
Published by Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at Warwick University in 2004. Examines theoretical and practical issues related to ‘decentralisation’ in cultural policy in England.
In June 2004, Tessa Jowell, then Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, published a personal essay called Government and the Value of Culture, in which she asked, ‘How, in going beyond targets, can we best capture the value of culture?’ This document responds to Jowell’s essay, proposing a wholesale reshaping of the public funding of culture.
Academic report evaluating the impact of 14 different projects working within the social inclusion field.