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- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 04 Dec 2018
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COMPAS is a multi-disciplinary migration research centre based at the University of Oxford. Established in 2003 within the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, it has an international reputation for undertaking research and generating new evidence and analysis on migration and integration issues. A ten-year grant, index-linked to mitigate the impact of inflation, will underpin the work of the Directors of the Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity and Migration Observatory.
Ark T Music Project / Ark T Studio 20 Apr 2006
Provision of studio time and expertise to enable young people from a variety of backgrounds to develop their musical skills through creating and performing music of all kinds.
To work with schools, pupils and parents to encourage, support and achieve a successful transition from primary school to secondary school. Reduce truancy and exclusion.
A grant to Centre on Migration Policy and Society (COMPAS University of Oxford) for Voluntary sector advocacy support for NRPF families
COMPAS will work intensively with five UK cities to achieve a step-change in their approach to migrant integration in their area: to develop an inclusive approach which is strategic across the authority, works in partnership with local voluntary, public and private sector organisations to achieve shared goals, and which adopts an asset-based approach. Drawing on learning from innovative approaches in US cities, the project will include assessment of the scope for subsequent roll-out nationwide and the development of an online toolkit for UK cities wishing to develop integration strategies of their own.
Oxfordshire Youth (OY) is a charity providing infrastructure support to youth clubs as well as working directly with young people across Oxfordshire. A grant will contribute to the existing Training Manager’s salary and towards a new part-time Training and Participation Coordinator. This will facilitate the roll out of an income generating strand of OY’s Young Leaders programme enabling it to subsidise its targeted work with the long-term aim of becoming self-sustaining by 2020.
Art is for everyone; everyone has potential 08 May 2017
Arts at the Old Fire Station in Oxford is a thriving arts centre that combines high quality art for the public and professional development of artists with building confidence and skills of those experiencing homelessness – offering a new kind of inclusive public space. This grant will provide core funding to increase the amount and quality of support available and to build a better evidence base through improved evaluation methods.
Migration Observatory Integration Initiative 10 Jul 2017
Through this grant the Migration Observatory aims to extend their model to the domain of migrant integration. This initiative will develop a suite of data resources tailored to the needs of policymakers and NGOs as they plan integration interventions and participate in debates about integration. By promoting accurate and nuanced information about integration, the project also seeks to foster a more balanced media and political debates in the UK.
People & Planet's Further Education Project 02 Nov 2011
Raise awareness and develop Speaking and Listening skills and confidence of students in FE colleges to enable them to take action to achieve positive change locally and beyond.
Public dissemination of data, analysis, and original research on UK migration.
Rose Hill Housing Estate Partnership Programme 16 Jul 2007
An introductory programme of activities on the Rose Hill housing estate in Oxford, which will lay the foundations of a long-term creative partnership.
purchase of vehicle for a charity which works with disabled people in Oxfordshire