- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 28 Apr 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
A grant to Prison Reform Trust 28 Apr 2020
A restricted grant of £25,000 towards the Independent Commission on how prison sentences work for the most serious crimes. This Independent Commission will look at how prison sentences work for the most serious of crimes, and at the experiences of victims, prisoners and their families.
A grant to Maternity Action 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Maternity Action delivers free, specialist advice on employment rights, maternity pay, maternity benefits and the rights of migrant and asylum-seeking women using the NHS
A grant to Music In Detention 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Music to Detention brings skilled artists together with immigration detainees to create and produce music through weekly workshops. The musicians also work with communities local to the centres to collaboratively create music between the detainees and residents.
A grant to Public Law Project 23 Apr 2020
A restricted grant of £30,000 towards a Research and Policy Fellow (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 2 years, subject to annual trustee approval). The Research and Policy Fellow post will support PLP's work to promote and uphold the rule of law and ensure fair systems, including responding to and influencing proposals for constitutional reform.
A grant to The Unity Project (TUP) 23 Apr 2020
An unrestricted grant of £25,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years, subject to annual trustee approval). The Unity Project specialises in advice for destitute migrants with limited leave to remain and no recourse to public funds. It provides support to access essential services, including providing direct advice and casework and strategic litigation.
A grant to Public Law Project 14 Jan 2020
A restricted grant of £30,000 towards the implementation of PLP's strategic priorities (This grant is renewable - year 2 of up to 5 years, subject to annual trustee approval). PLP work to promote and uphold the rule of law and ensure fair systems, holding the executive to account and enabling civil society to challenge unlawfulness.
An unrestricted grant of £50,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 5 years, subject to annual trustee approval). JCWI delivers legal work, campaigning, research, and advocacy within the UK migration and asylum system.
A grant to Hibiscus Initiatives 09 Jan 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Hibiscus Initiatives provides support services to vulnerable foreign national and BMER women in prison, detention and in the community.
A grant to Campaign Bootcamp 09 Jan 2020
A grant of £10,000Of this, £8,940 is restricted towards the costs of two scholarships for campaigners in criminal justice, and the remaining sum of £1,060 is unrestricted. Campaign Bootcamp delivers an intensive training programme for campaigners. This project is towards scholorships for campaigners working in criminal justice.
A grant to Prisoners Abroad 09 Jan 2020
A restricted grant of £20,000 for the delivery of resettlement activities in the UK. Prisoners Abroad supports British Citizens detained overseas, and their families. Resettlement activities in the UK supports those returning from prison overseas, including practical support such as accomodation and appointments, and support adjusting to UK life.
A grant to We Belong 15 Oct 2019
An unrestricted grant of £25,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). We Belong works with and for young migrants living in the UK by campaigning for shorter and more affordable routes to citizenship, and equal access to higher education.
A grant to Prison Reform Trust 15 Oct 2019
An unrestricted grant of £40,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 5 years). Prison Reform Trust aims to reduce imprisonment and seeks to improve the conditions in prisons by influencing policy reform.
A grant to RightsInfo 10 Oct 2019
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. RightsInfo brings together storytellers and journalists to increase public knowledge of and support for human rights through articles and online information.
A grant to Room to Heal 10 Oct 2019
An unrestricted grant of £10,000 (this grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). Room to Heal uses therapeutic assistance to support refugees who have experienced torture with support ranging from physical and psychological therapy and access to suitable legal representation, housing, and medical care and preparation for employment.
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Islington Centre for Refugees & Migrants work to create a positive community for refugees and asylum seekers, providing support practical tools to help rebuild their lives including ESOL, crisis support advice and advocacy, wellbeing and social activities.
A grant to Just for Kids Law 27 Jun 2019
An unrestricted grant of £20,000 (this grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). Just for Kids Law aims to support children and young people in the UK to have their legal rights and entitlements respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued. It uses casework, advocacy and support, alongside strategic litigation, campaigning and training in order to achieve wider systemic change.
A grant to INQUEST 25 Apr 2019
A restricted grant of £15,000 towards the core costs of policy activities. Inquest provides expertise on state related deaths and their investigation to bereaved people, lawyers, advice and support agencies, the media and parliamentarians. It provides specialist advice and support to bereaved families following deaths in custody and detention, and campaigns and shares knowledge.
A grant to Belong London 25 Apr 2019
A restricted grant of £15,000 towards a part-time fundraiser. Belong London provides one to one mentoring support to those who have committed offences, who are at risk of offending or who have been a victim of a serious crime. Services include, mentoring, art therapy and restorative justice interventions. They work with children, young people and adults in custodial and community settings.
A grant to Nafsiyat 25 Apr 2019
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Nafsiyat offers short-term intercultural therapy, psythotherapy and counselling to people from diverse backgrounds, in 20 different languages. Clients include migrants and refugees.
A grant to Student Action for Refugees 25 Apr 2019
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Student Action for Refugees coordinates student groups at 49 institutions across 33 UK towns/ cities, where student volunteers support local refugees & asylum seekers (through projects including ESOL, befriending and supporting local charities), alongside wider campaigning and education work.