Contexts and inspirations:
- Animus Project website: http://animusproject.net/
- Animator Project website: http://www.culturalanimation.com/
- Stories from Stoke-on-Trent: http://emigranterasmus.blogspot.co.uk/
- Handmade Intercultural Dialogues: http://handmadeinterculturaldialogues.blogspot.com/
- 0-oj in Stoke: http://o-oj.blogspot.com/
Youth projects and initiatives:
- „Think Green“ project runs various workshops related with creative ecology: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=lt&u=http://www.galvokzaliai.lt/index.html
- “Living Library” project is a method of informal education, encouraging social awareness, tolerance and respect for human rights: http://gyvojibiblioteka.lt/
- “Young Journalist” programme recognizes talented young journalists during the period, when their writing skills are being shaped. It motivates them, provides information, supports and enables for the socially responsible activity: www.jauniejizurnalistai.lt
- The aim of “Visi skirting, visi lygus” programme is to enable young people to participate actively within creation of the peaceful communities, which are based on diversity, social inclusion, mutual understanding: www.visiskirtingivisilygus.lt
- The aim of “I love Graffiti” programme is to solve the social problems in the language of youth – graffiti language: www.myliugraffiti.lt
- Institute for Social Integration organization creates and applies social innovations, which supports the integration of the persons from various socially vulnerable groups within the manifold society: http://zmogui.lt/en
- International culture and ecology festival which gathers together artists, art lovers and Birštonas community to gain one aim – through art to make the environment more nicer, more cultural and more ecological: http://www.grynparkas.lt/index.php?path=start/culture_and_ecology&lang=en
- In this website you can find Cultural centers in LT research: http://www.llkc.lt/index.php?1659324711&fb_source=message
- Culture and Wellbeing – a national resource for arts and health resources as well as useful links to case studies and arts and health research http://www.cultureandwellbeing.org.uk/
- Play England helps ensure children have opportunities to access play and promotes the adoption of the Charter for Children’s Play, through a range of projects and advocay work throughout England. http://www.playengland.org.uk/about-us/about-play-england.aspx
- The National Association for Gallery Education, engage, promotes access to the arts through gallery education and supports professionals delivering this work. http://www.engage.org/home/index.aspx
- Groups for Education in Museums http://www.gem.org.uk/champions the development of education in museums.
- West Midlands Arts, Health and Wellbeing supports people working in arts and health in the West Midlands and represents the region on the National Alliance for Arts and health http://www.westmidlandsartshealthandwellbeing.org.uk/
- http://www.participationworks.org.uk/ brings together seven national children’s charities to enable organisations to involve children and young epople in decision making processes.
- The Participatory Museum ( http://www.participatorymuseum.org/) is a practical guide written by Nina Simon to working with community members and visitors to make cultural institutions better places.
- Uniq, http://www.uniq-stoke.com/, contains information about how Staffordshire University is using education led regeneration to engage with local people and develop community pride.