Although the world and life as we know it has changed since the launch of CHWA 2020 Awards in the winter of 2019, CHWA and partners believe that the themes of collective power (partnership), practitioner wellbeing and climate are ever more relevant and important.
During the pandemic, we have seen the culture, health and wellbeing sector respond with creativity, imagination and kindness to meet global crisis, local need and individual loss. As partnership and collaboration have driven innovation and greater reach, the need systematically to support wellbeing across the sector, respond to the climate and ecological emergency and its relationship with global and local inequalities is becoming clearer.
CHWA are looking for projects, organisations and people who are leading the way and learning from this challenging time to build a better future.
Deadline: 5pm, Sunday 31 July 2022
Apply and find out more here: https://www.culturehealthandwellbeing.org.uk/get-involved/chwa-awards-2022
Image Credit: Cody Dock, Climate CHWA Awards 2021 Winner
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