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This review includes 31 studies. Most of the studies were based in the UK, seven were from USA, three were Australian, and one each from Canada, Spain and Sweden. The review was commissioned by the Baring Foundation and runs to 60 pages. The included studies cover the following art forms: Music, Singing, Drama, Visual arts, Dance, Storytelling, Festivals and Mixed art forms.

Fifteen of the studies employed qualitative methodologies to research impact (interviews, focus groups, observation etc.), seven quantitative (standardised measures, surveys etc.) and three used both qualitative and quantitative methods. The Report also makes a number of recommendations as well as highlighting the key benefits of the programs.

Read the report here.

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