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Research and Outputs
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In order to develop high-quality and sustainable guides to creative arts practice for our key target audiences, we undertook focus group discussions with members from these target groups across our six partner countries. 

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Children & Society

To access our Research Article in Children & Society, please click here. This article presents and analyses the key findings from the Focus Groups.

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In order to better understand the current European landscape for the creative arts, we looked through the curricula of of our six partner countries and have put together a report on the EU policy context.

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Article on collective creativity and wellbeing dispositions by Dr Lisa Stephenson. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tsc.2022.101188

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Ethical Pillars

We framed the guides through exploration of our shared ethics of practice.

(Stephenson, L., Thorkelsdóttir, R., Dunbar K.L., Karameris, K., Jónsdóttir, J., 2023.Creative Pedagogy as a Practice of Resistance: Charting Artist Educators’ practices within trans-European Education Policy.)

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