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The research conducted by Dr Hala Jaber, Dr Fran Garry and Professor Helen Phelan from the University of Limerick's Irish World Academy of Music and Dance and commissioned by Sing Up Foundation will include a literature review and collection of case studies, interviews and recommendations for further development of work in this area. The research is supported by the British Council through Sing Up Foundation's work on developing the legacy of the World Voice programme.
As part of this work, the research team, headed up by Dr Hala Jaber, have conducted a literature review and evaluation of the benefits of singing on the mental health of young refugees and unaccompanied minors; developed recommendations on how to set up and run sessions and projects in future; and built a repository of research and evaluations in this field for the benefit of organisations looking to develop their practice in this area.
Dr Hala Jaber and colleagues will be presenting their research for the first time on 26 May 2023 at an online conference run by Sing Up Foundation in partnership with Singing for Health Network and Music for Good.
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