This resource for ages 14+ by Angeline Morrison (Guardian folk album of the year 2022) investigates hidden histories of people of African origin, and their relationship to traditional songs that are still sung in Britain today.
Featuring a range of voices from across the sector and beyond. Tune in as they explore and debate the big questions around the Investment Principles and what they mean for creativity and culture and the people that make it happen.
This engaging, practical resource sets out twelve original projects for making music inclusively with children and young people of all ages who have special abilities or needs, including those with profound and multiple learning difficulties, those on the autism spectrum, those who have a vision or hearing impairment, and those with social, emotional, and mental health needs.
As they near the end of two years of funding for CUMIN (the Contemporary Urban Music for Inclusion Network), project leads Pete Dale (University of York) and Pamela Burnard (University of Cambridge) reflect on what has been achieved and what knowledges have arisen, been shared, and generated throughout the project. Their findings platform the work of a range of community music organisations and artists, and call for contemporary music making to be better understood.
Along with a range of HR professionals, colleagues from Bates Wells explored the topic of neurodiversity and looked at the simple steps employers can take, and the tools and strategies they can put in place, to support neurodiverse employees.