March Basket 2021
News & Resources
The government of Afghanistan recently announced new regulations that take away the right for young people to sing.
The Global Leaders Program is presenting a free Foundation Roundtable Series of two hour-long sessions that focus on grants and funding, with a panel of innovative foundation leaders.
After decades of reports, conventions, statements, and commissions, a new report from UNESCO determines that women are still treated and paid unfairly, and are faced with inequitable and often harassing situations across the culture and creative sectors of UNESCO countries.
Arts Council England commissioned Nordicity, in association with World Pencil, to undertake an evaluation of the In Harmony program.
The 3rd International Disability Studies, Arts & Education (DSAE) Conference is happening online this year, October 7–9.
Last June, we told you about UNICEF’s #ChildrenUprooted campaign, which set out to portray three refugee children in Greece as video game heroes.
Do you have young people in your program, in the U.S. or any other country, who would like to engage with peers (ages 16–24) in open conversations?
Here is an endlessly fascinating app for those with global curiosity.
Here is an innovative opportunity for young people in the Los Angeles area.
PBS Newshour recently caught up with Black Violin to discuss the group’s ongoing mission to disrupt people’s impressions of what classical music should be.