- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 01 Oct 2018
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Playful Tiger/ Sound Symphony 14 May 2018
Barrowland Ballet is a contemporary dance theatre company based in Glasgow. Working with participants in three Additional Support Needs schools and eight venues, the organisation will explore ways that sound and movement can provide authentic artistic participatory experiences for children and young people with complex support needs. The process will inform the narrative and structure of upcoming productions.
Argyll & Bute Outreach Week - September 2006 20 Apr 2006
Outreach and education project in Argyll and Bute inolving young people, teachers and communities in 5 locations including two islands.
Funding to extend the 'Music Industry Training and Integration Programme' which develops participants' skills, supports progression on to further training, education and employment, enables young people from different territories to integrate, and fosters respect between communities.
Continuing professional development 29 Mar 2011
An ambitious three- year programme of activities designed to deliver personal and professional development to all one hundred and twelve RSNO employees - the first of its kind amongst any performing arts organisations in the UK.
Young Persons' Project 16 Mar 2015
Provision of specialist legal service to refugee and migrant children and young people with a remit to improve the broader policy and legal framework.
A grant to Move On Limited for Peer mentoring support for care experienced young people
This grant will provide additional support to disseminate learning from Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
Multi-Story Artist Residency Programme 27 Mar 2007
The project aims to create a three year artist residency programme - based within the community at the Red Hill housing estate in Glasgow - which will develop collaborative arts projects to young refugees and asylum seekers to explore issues and ideas around migrant identities.
Community Filmmakers Project 16 May 2007
The Community Filmmakers Project will broaden opportunities for disenfranchised and asylum communities, by teaching filmmaking skills and encouraging talent to tell and screen their stories.
Music & Media Initiative 23 May 2007
Music & Media Initiative that will integrate young people from various areas throughout Greater Easterhouse through a common goal and shared interest.
Craft Café Review 10 Feb 2015
A full evaluation and review of the Craft Café model which aims to reduce isolation and loneliness amongst older people (60+) through creative practice led by professional artists.
Contribution to growth plans 27 Feb 2017
Move On’s growth plans include diversifying income and developing their offer to include establishing a Centre of Excellency for Mentoring. They aim to increase the number of young people they work with, develop new approached to meet their needs and increase organisational resilience.
Who Cares? Scotland supports the voice of care experienced people across Scotland through individual advocacy support, group participation activities and campaigning. A new Director of Operations will enhance the capacity of the senior leadership team, allowing the organisation to effectively manage the 1000 Voices campaign and influence the upcoming ‘Root and Branch’ review of the care system in Scotland.
Scottish Refugee Council provides advice and support, and campaigns for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum in Scotland. This project will research the educational and well-being needs of separated young people (aged 16-18) in Scotland. It will also consider how to improve and share Glasgow Clyde College’s innovative “16+English for Speakers of Other Languages” programme model with other education providers.
Separated Children Support Programme 06 Jun 2006
This three-year pilot project seeks to improve the reception, living circumstances and integration of unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Scotland.