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AMA has prepared and delivered a range of presentations to a diversity of audiences. Here are a few examples of that range.

Favela To The World (2006-2008) RichMix, 2008
Presentation and discussion panel on young people at risk of gun and gang crime for artists and professionals involved in UK and Brazil, as part of People's Palace Projects & AfroReggae UK Partnership.

School of Emotional Literacy – National conference, November 2007
Meeting the four capacities and making every child matter: an Emotionally Literate approach.

From PRUS to Prisons
Social and life skills through ‘Doin Art’ - a participatory presentation by Angus McLewin Associates.

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Liberal Democrats Conference, Scotland, 2004
The Scottish Arts Council hosted a fringe meeting at the 2004 Scottish Liberal Democrats Conference in Dundee entitled ‘From breaking the law to breaking the mould’. Angus McLewin gave a presentation on how the arts can make an impact on youth crime, chaired by Jim Tough,
Head of Arts at the Scottish Arts Council.

Centre for Creative Communities - Common Threads: An Agenda for Active Citizenship Symposium
In February 2003, the Centre for Creative Communities (CCC) organised a two-day symposium at the Business Design Centre in London. The Common Threads: an Agenda for Active Citizenship symposium was designed to open up a debate between society’s traditional sectors, and find sustainable solutions to the shared complex problems of our society.

Empowerment Strategies seminar - giving voice and empowerment to individuals and communities both within institutions and in mainstream society- Angus McLewin.

Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery
Presentation to the Access Advisory Group on Access for Offenders at the Victoria and Albert Museum, September 2003
The Access Advisory Group was set up by the Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery and
Pallant House Gallery with funding from the DCMS.

University of Kent - Kent Criminal Justice Centre (KCJC)
Thinking Laterally: Making Links in Criminal Justice. A Seminar presentation - Doing the Arts Justice: Arts Interventions in Criminal Justice Settings - creating opportunities for prisoners, ex-offenders and young people at risk of offending, to participate in the arts.

Where are we now? The journey so far. Speech by Angus McLewin, March 2002
Seminar chaired by Deborah Bull CBE, as part of her programme for the Royal Opera House Artists' Development Initiative in the Clore Studio Upstairs, Royal Opera House, London.
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