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It's really great that this Journal is now being read in 106 countries and that we are now receiving content from many of them, which we will be able to share in the coming weeks. I am working on three new series. The first is Creative Cities which looks at different Cities in the Commonwealth and why they are burgeoning creatively. There will be 12 cities and so far we have selected 9, so if you have suggestions or want to write about your city then do get in touch. The second series is about women who are working internationally…
We are delighted to welcome you to the second theme of our ejournal, ‘Creativity around the World’. New articles and other material are being added regularly. So far we’ve been overwhelmed by all the positive feedback and good wishes we’ve received on the journal. Thank you! Like the charity which hosts it, this journal is entirely independent and has no agenda except to enable a plurality of voices to be heard. So, we really value your views and we are especially keen to receive original journal material which is not readily available to the wider international community. In other words, this…
The 21st Century is widely regarded as the Age of Creativity. Whether or not you agree with that statement, there is little doubt that creative solutions to some of the world's most pressing problems are very much needed. Certainly, there has been growing interest in creativity, with certain governments and business leaders regarding the capacity to be creative as key to economic success. The role of creativity in individual health and well-being is also widely acknowledged - in fact a future issue of this journal will be devoted to exploring exactly what that role is - in our personal lives,…

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