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UNESCO has recognized the potential of arts education and creativity to enhance social cohesion and to promote a culture of peace.  In 1999, the Director General of UNESCO issued an appeal on arts education which stated,
What We Provide Our value as a network increases exponentially as we expand, simply by including more participants and facilitating access to diverse activities that are vital for innovation and success in the field.
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Canadian Network for Arts and Learning (CNAL) brings together all stakeholders engaged in arts education, across disciplines, regions and sectors to celebrate the best work in the field, build on success and collectively mobilize for change. This includes artists, arts organizations, educators, schools and academia, policy-makers, funders,... more