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Arts Research Digest
Arts Research Digest provides a unique overview of recent and current research in the arts, media and cultural sectors around the world.

Clore Duffield Foundation
The Foundation is a grant-giving organisation which concentrates its support on education, the arts, museum and gallery education, cultural leadership training, and health and social welfare.

Creative Exchange
Creative Exchange is a charity and global network dedicated to the social role of arts and culture. We connect people, provide information and raise awareness of how arts and culture contribute to international development and social change.

Cultural Commission Final Report, June 2005
Annex of research documents.

De Montfort University Cultural Policy and Management Group
The CMPG undertake research in the creative and cultural sectors with a focus on evaluation, audience development, cultural diversity, disability and arts policy and practice.

Draft Culture Bill (Scottish Executive)
Consultation on the draft Culture (Scotland) Bill.

Heritage Lottery Fund
The Heritage Lottery Fund enables communities to celebrate, look after and learn more about our diverse heritage. HLF funds the entire spread of heritage including buildings, museums, natural heritage and the heritage of cultural traditions and language.

Free online service providing access to the very best Web resources for education and research.

Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
The Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies is published by the Institute for Education Policy Studies, an independent Radical Left/ Socialist/ Marxist institute for developing analysis of education policy.

NESTA is the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts. We are the largest single endowment devoted exclusively to supporting talent, innovation and creativity in the UK.

University of Glasgow Centre for Cultural Policy Research
CCPR's mission is to produce world-class analytical, theoretical and empirical research that contributes to public debate on cultural, communications and media policies in Scotland, the UK, the EU, and globally.



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