CHILDREN NEED ARTS GLOBAL SUMMIT

How arts create value for children and society

NEW DATES: 2 - 3 May 2022

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This Month's Focus

Kjeld Fredens interview – on arts and education

Kjeld Fredens is a Danish MD, brain scientist and author with an extensive background in research into education and the arts. In this interview Kjeld Fredens talks about the effect of the arts on the development and learning of children.

Can the Arts Get Under the Skin?

Arts and Cortisol for Economically Disadvantaged Children. Poverty influences physiological systems that respond to stress, as indexed by the hormone cortisol. The result is a

Kjeld Fredens interview – on arts and education

Kjeld Fredens is a Danish MD, brain scientist and author with an extensive background in research into education and the arts. In this interview Kjeld Fredens talks about the effect of the arts on the development and learning of children.

Can the Arts Get Under the Skin?

Arts and Cortisol for Economically Disadvantaged Children. Poverty influences physiological systems that respond to stress, as indexed by the hormone cortisol. The result is a

Kjeld Fredens interview – on arts and education

Kjeld Fredens is a Danish MD, brain scientist and author with an extensive background in research into education and the arts. In this interview Kjeld Fredens talks about the effect of the arts on the development and learning of children.

Can the Arts Get Under the Skin?

Arts and Cortisol for Economically Disadvantaged Children. Poverty influences physiological systems that respond to stress, as indexed by the hormone cortisol. The result is a

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