Youth Music Theatre was started by a group of directors, young people and parents, determined to create dynamic, vibrant musictheatre projects across the UK.
Martin Keogh introduces the Living Now Project is an anthology of stories, meditations, and essays.
Calling parents, teachers and grandparents! In 2008 we will be encouraging you to get together with your childrenor pupils to make Bag and Keyhole Gardens in your home or school.
Every year Music for Youth provides opportunities for 100,000 youngpeople to both perform at its festivals and attend live performances ofall kinds of music.
Positive News readers share their stories, comments and ideas for a positive 2008.
Trenna Cormack writes about the inspiration behind her book that grew out of the Be The Change Conference.
Parallel Community is just over one year old! In its beginning they were inspired by wise and gentle ancient elders in New Zealand.
The Building and Social Housing Foundation is currently seeking entries for the World Habitat Award competition for 2008.
Jay Griffiths, author of Wild; an elemental journey is to give a lecture at the Royal Geographical Society on 19th February.
Eight out of ten people in the UK believe they've had an idea that would have a positive impact on everybody's lives.
The search is on for the UK's most inspiring, female-led ethical business, with the launch of the Triodos Women in Ethical Business Awards (WEBA) 2008.
Groundwork West London is delighted to announce that it has received £123,932 of funding from the BIG Lottery Fund's Playful Ideas programmefor its innovative No Particular Place to Go Project.
Allthingseco is a free online eco directory it lists 1000's of genuine eco, green and ethical companies from across the UK.
Land for People exists to help communities in Wales, Shropshire and theMarches become more sustainable, with an emphasis on buildingaffordable homes for local people.
Jerusalem Peacemakers UK presents Pathways to Peace.Monday 3rd March 2008 in Birmingham
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