- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 26 Apr 2017
Somali Refugee Integration Project 06 Jun 2006
The Somali Refugee Integration Project aims to provide a range of activities to encourage young Somalis to develop their experience and social skills relating to gaining financial independence including working towards employment and educational opportunities.
Educational Mentoring Programme for Young People 05 Feb 2007
After school educational mentoring programme for young people in Brixton based on AVIP as developed by Metro Centre in Chicago
The V&A is applying for support towards an artists in residence programme, with an emphasis on public engagement.
A peer educators project in Durham where young people are trained and supported to deliver homelessness prevention programmes to young people at risk of homelessness.
Mothers & Daughters / Fathers & Sons 16 Jul 2007
A series workshops with teenage girls and their female relatives/carers and teenage boys and their male relatives/carers in 5 different secondary schools in England, using physical theatre and aerial techniques.
Funding to support expansion and development of existing services supporting children and families of people with long term drug and alcohol misuse.
A three year grant to establish a 'Digital Pioneers Hub' that will work with marginalised young people in Hackney. The Hub will use digital media to engage young people and Skyway thereafter offers them careful steps towards building their social and employability skills, and enabling them to take up creative apprenticeships or become self employed in the creative industries which appear to be flourishing in Hackney.
A grant to Mama Afrika Family Association for Putting the Needs of Young Unaccompanied Refugees and Asylum Seekers First
To develop and deliver an accredited Professional Diploma in non-Western peforming arts targeted ta BME students .
A 3 year programme of participatory theatre residencies in Special Schools for young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their siblings, families and carers.
PHF/Carneegie Initiative for Enquiry into the Future of Civil Society, for which the Barbican Centre Trust is a participating organisation.
Music and Change 09 Jul 2008
Based in London, Music for Change is a two year collaborative, multi-agency project which, through the creation of music, seeks to promote social inclusion and positive mental health, to marginalised young people. The project will also look to the wider local community, in order to provide young people, their families, and others on the Estate, with better access to services and opportunities. Improving the awareness of service providers and community organisations about the needs and potential of the young people is another important aim.
Developing approaches to bilingual learning 04 Feb 2008
This project will link mainstream primary schools with local community language schools and support teachers in working together to develop bilingual pedagogies appropriate to each setting. Parents and grandparents will be encouraged to support bilingual learning activities. Long-term links will be established between schools and the model disseminated nationally.
This proposal is to help build the capacity of NCB Northern Ireland to more effectively involve children and young people in its own work and therefore to also help strengthen the voice of children and young people in Northern Ireland. At the core of the project is the recruitment of a specialist 'Participation Officer', for 18 months, with a programme of work divided into three related strands that include giving visibility to refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant children, increasing the influence young residents have in how Children's Homes are run and embedding the involvement of young people in NI in the work of NCB NI.
Newham Young People's Project 10 Apr 2008
A two-year project based in Newham that aims to develop a 'drop-in' service specifically for young people from the local refugee and asylum seeker communities who are either experiencing, or a risk of developing, mental health problems. Using an arts based approach, the project is an attempt to build relationships, and be able to offer the young people ways of talking about their problems and - as a next stage - accessing appropriate support to help them progress.