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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 28 Apr 2020
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UK urban approaches to migration 07 Nov 2016
To undertake an enquiry into current and potential future approaches to migration across areas covered by Core Cities UK, through roundtables, interviews and analysing available data.
To support a step-change in the nature and scale of Manchester International Festival's (MIF) local engagement, under the leadership of Artistic Director John McGrath. MI:Festival is a new a year round programme that builds upon elements of MIF and John's existing practice to broaden local participation and audiences. Central to this is a city-wide network of MI:Festival community advocates engaged in festival development and delivery alongside a programme of exciting neighbourhood and public realm participatory commissions.
Northern Guardianship Programme 28 Nov 2016
GMIAU will co-design an advocacy service model with unaccompanied migrant children and young people and with service providers in Manchester and Sheffield. This will involve a comprehensive mapping exercise of services in these cities, primary research with young people and service providers, and a learning exchange with organisations that developed a similar model in Scotland. They will produce a report and options paper, which will be disseminated via a national conference.
City of Songs 15 Dec 2017
Manchester Camerata will explore and test how song writing can be used to support engagement across the curriculum and key stages in four inner-city primary schools. The organisation will also explore how best to support schools to commission arts interventions and continuing professional development.
The Happy Museum supports museum practice that places wellbeing within an environmental and future-facing frame, rethinking the role that museums can play in creating more resilient people and places. This grant will support an enquiry to identify the appetite and potential for continuing the Happy Museum initiative beyond 2020 and if so, its optimal purpose and operating principles.
Centre rebuild and service development 09 Jul 2018
The Proud Trust is a youth organisation in Manchester supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and other gender or sexual identities. Through this grant, it aims to enhance its infrastructure to better meet demand for its services, rebuild its community centre, and undertake more influencing work to help shape a more inclusive community.
Bridging the Gap 09 Jul 2018
This grant will support the organisation to explore a collaborative service model for care leavers with insecure immigration status.
African Rainbow Family (ARF) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender intersexual and queer (LGBTIQ) people of African heritage and from wider Black Asian Minority Ethnic groups. Manchester Migrant Solidarity (MiSol) is a self-help group set up as a convergence space for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, offering practical and social mutual support, empowerment and solidarity. This grant will provide both organisations with core support to develop their campaigning work.
Outreach work to engage young people affected by issues such as gangs, youth violence, and extremist groups. 11 Mar 2019
Hideaway Youth Project helps young people aged 11–25 in the Moss Side area of Manchester to realise their potential, build their self-esteem and feel accepted and confident about the future. This grant will support a Senior Youth Worker to develop a new street outreach approach. Manchester Metropolitan University will evaluate this new strand of work, and Hideaway will share learning through regional and national networks.
Creative Agents of Change 13 Mar 2019
42nd Street is a Manchester based charity that supports young people with their mental health and wellbeing. This grant will support the organisation to develop the Horsfall arts programme and to integrate this initiative into 42nd Street’s wider offer.
Photographic Workshops with Young People 20 Apr 2006
A year-long initiative led by Redeye photographers' network in partnership with 16 galleries in Manchester and Manchester City Council. It is aimed to increase awareness of and access to photography through a series of projects with community groups.
Somali's at School - Building Bridges Project 06 Jun 2006
The project aims to increase Somali families' engagement with the school system in Manchester to facilitate the integration of young people.
Ourspace 12 Dec 2006
This project aims to channel the enthusiasm for formal schools-based work into engaging young people with the gallery in an informal way. A series of projects with young people will result in their designs for interpretation materials to be utilised in the Gallery.
Social Integration Project 19 Sep 2006
To provide a structured environment for local young people excluded or disengaged from society in order to increase their social and educational skills
The Discovery Programme 28 Jan 2008
To explore new ways of commissioning, whilst building stronger links between artists and the different communities in Manchester - combining an artistic R&D element with community engagement and educations projects.
3year pilot - accredited arts based project that engages with minoritised young people under with a focus on social engagment and inclusion
Urbis Learning - extension/development of Moss Side pilot project to two other locations in Manchester/NW 09 Jul 2008
Urbis Learning focuses on how people live together in the city. This phase of their initiative is the extension and development of a previously run Moss Side based pilot project to two other locations in Manchester. Reclaim offers in-depth mentoring, challenging young people to make real differences to their communities.