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Culture And Health
Culture and health is a growing phenomenon throughout the world, where collaborations between the arts, culture and health sectors provide new opportunities for health and cultural life for citizens at all stages of life. The large-scale European project CultureForHealth has now launched a brand new digital map and directory where you can find inspiring projects from all over Europe, covering everything from street-art in hospitals in Italy, art activities against burnout in workplaces in Romania and hospital clowns in the warzones of Ukraine.
CultureForHealth: A Worldwide Perspective Of Resilience, Mental Health And Social Inclusion
Contributions Will Be Used In European Policy Recommendations
The CultureForHealth project aims to offer a curated directory of initiatives on culture, well-being and health and based on the research carried out within the project to deliver bottom-up policy recommendations on this topic. There are several very interesting initiatives at European level that can be mentioned as best practices on culture, health and well-being.
Read more and contribute to the mapping: www.cultureforhealth.eu
CultureForHealth is a project co-funded by the European Commission with partners from all over Europe: Culture Action Europe, Trans Europe Halles, Central Denmark Region, The Northern Dimension Partnership on Culture, Cluj Cultural Centre, and Društvo Asociacija.
CultureForHealth brings researchers, practitioners and policymakers together to generate knowledge, research and fieldwork in order to trigger cross-sectoral cooperation and policies that enhance well-being through culture. The initiative will also institute six pilot projects in Denmark, Italy, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia aiming at “management and treatment” of illnesses as well as “prevention and promotion” for a variety of life stages and age groups.
For more information please contact:
Project manager CultureForHealth:
Kornelia Kiss, Project and Operations Director, Culture Action Europe.
Research lead CultureForHealth:
Rarita Zbranca, Central Cultural Clujean, director de program