Labor to support Kulture Break – if elected

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FURTHER TO  our recent story about pressure at Kulture Break, (https://citynews.com.au/2016/kulture-break-pressure/) ACT Labor is keen to highlights its election promise of  funding for the  community arts organisation.

If  re-elected, an  ACT Labor Government has, in its recently announced policy,  committed to  provide $105,000 over three years engaging to fund the ongoing work of Kulture Break.

“Kulture Break is committed to the wellbeing, transformation and empowerment of young people by young people in a safe, active and productive environment using dance as a form of personal expression,” a Labor spokesman has told “Citynews.”

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