Here's where we tell you all about programmes and projects and the people and places that make it all happen.

September 2015: Emerge: Case Study - Young Leaders

The idea for our EMerge Event Day was to give young people across the East Midlands the opportunity to access free, high quality art experiences that would broaden their horizons and even help them with their chosen career path.

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April 2015: Young People as Co-Producers

An evaluation of The Mighty Creatives' Locally Based Partner (LBP) programme. The central aims for the LBP programme, which began in 2013 and concludes in 2015, are to work with young people as co-producers of arts and cultural activity and to create stronger networks between local arts organisations in a number of priority places.

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January 2015: Historic Houses in the East Midlands

Investigating cultural activity for, with and by children and young people in historic houses in the East Midlands.

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January 2015: Local Learning Investments Programme - Pilot Stage Evaluation

An evaluation of the Local Learning Investments is an investment programme created by The Mighty Creatives to grow the quality of cultural education in the East Midlands and stimulate innovation.

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December 2014: It's Our Write

A practical guide to engaging Roma and other pupils with English as an additional language with creative writing at secondary school.

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December 2014: Disabled Children in the East Midlands

This publication blazes a trail for disability arts research and provides a useful overview of the challenges faced by our sector for our young artists and participants.

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2013-14: The Summit Series - The (Cultural) Life of a Child

Four films from a series of events bringing together children's service leaders, practitioners and educators from across the East Midlands to look at what makes a #goodchildhood

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October 2014: Locally Based Partner Programme - Impact Report & Case Studies

How creativity can promote health and well-being, build stronger communities and partnership working, and allow young people to develop their leadership, communication and social skills.

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