Co-designing an intergenerational arts program for CALD Australian communities (funded by Arts and Health Alliance)

Group members: Tina Du in collaboration with in the University of South Australia,  Flinders University, University of Adelaide, South Australia Multicultural Commission, Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre.  

The project will adopt creative co-design methods, and community-based participatory research approaches to identify community needs and intervention priorities; older CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) Australians will be empowered as equal partners in the research. Major outcomes include uplifting older CALD Australians’ capacity to leverage arts, creativity and storytelling (remembering) to achieve ageing well and social inclusion. This project benefits government agencies as part of their mission to increase the quality of life for older Australians.

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