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Arts-based Social Enterprises fulfill an important social and economic role, supporting young people’s transition into employment and education, and promoting social inclusion and well-being through participation in artistic and cultural activities.2 This policy brief outlines key findings from an Australian Research Council funded study of ASEs undertaken by researchers from RMIT and Charles Sturt University.

Spiers, A. (2020) Critical Policy, Transitioning Young People to Education and Employment through Arts-based Social Enterprises

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