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On Tuesday I was interviewed over the phone by Sally Bagwell at New Philanthropy Capital as part of the initial scoping stage of Arts Council England’s Cultural Commissioning Programme. A new consortium of organisations led by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), and including New Philanthropy Capital, the New Economics Foundation and Mission Models Money, is developing a mix of activities to help both commissioners in the public services and the arts, museums and libraries sectors. The aim of the programme is to help arts and cultural organisations get more involved in commissioning. On Tuesday we spoke about the very limited involvement that voluntary arts groups have in commissioning and the potential for them to bid for funding in this area, particularly in relation to health and wellbeing services.
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