The Manchester Declaration

Thu 6 September 2018 17:00 – 19:00

The Manchester Institute for Arts, Health & Social Change is a growing collective of people and organisations who are committed to improving public health and addressing inequalities and the factors that underpin them: locally, nationally and globally.
On the 27th June 2018 we began to explore our shared vision for the Manchester Institute for Arts, Health & Social Change. Now we’re going that bit further and exploring ways we might work together and what we might achieve by thinking and acting – collectively.

If you live or work in Greater Manchester and are interested in the ways that the arts, culture, creativity and heritage connect to health and social change, then this event is for you.

Artists, Researchers and Activists
People with rich and diverse lived experiences
Health and Social Care thinkers and doers

To galvanise us and start our thinking, this evening will be all about developing a shared statement of belief, of shared intent, passion and conviction.

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