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- 27 Mar 2007
- Latest award date
- 16 Apr 2020
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BRR will convene sessions in Bristol to explore thinking and discussion around the issues facing young people who are subject to immigration control with the aim of progressing thinking on this issue at the city level.
This Bristol-based charity uses non-contact boxing and intensive individual support to inspire vulnerable young people to make positive changes in their lives and improve their mental health. It will grow its impact by replicating its approach (starting in Wales); raising awareness and spreading learning, especially around the power of sports and coaching to address mental health needs; and diversifying income streams for greater sustainability.
Founded as a project of the Pallant House Gallery in 2006, Outside In supports the engagement of marginalised people across the UK who find it hard to access the mainstream visual arts world due to disability, health or social circumstance. It provides a vital platform for marginalised artists' work via high profile exhibitions, and addresses wider barriers to inclusion via training, advocacy and partnerships. This grant supports the first two years of Outside In's operation as an independent charitable body, to help it develop its long-term sustainability as it grows its reach, impact and profile.
Towards Relevance and Creative Citizenship 06 Mar 2017
Arnolfini will provide two Artist Fellowships for community-based emerging artists to deliver a yearlong artist led action research and co-creation programme with participants from two community groups. Participants will develop skills in a variety of art forms alongside exploring ideas of agency, rights and voice. It will culminate in a showcase event (Festival of New Ideas) bringing together communities and key decision makers. A Researcher in Residence will create a critical framework to connect and embed activity and learning across the organisation. Arnolfini aims to increase engagement in the arts from across diverse communities in Bristol. Through this pilot it wants to understand what a genuinely socially-focused arts organisation looks like and how it can be rooted in and shaped by the community. It is also looking to explore its role in sharing skills and expertise with local artists and communities.
Bristol Produces 17 Jul 2017
This year round participatory programme will introduce socially engaged artists to resident-led forums and support the delivery of collaborative projects in three Bristol neighbourhoods and as part of In Between Time Festival 2019 and 2021. The organisation will also undertake a longitudinal evaluation of the social impact of live art.
Ashley Community Housing will explore and evaluate a Collective Impact approach, bringing together private sector employers, the Bristol Mayor’s Office, the local authority and local refugee community organisations to find solutions that facilitate refugees’ integration into the labour market.
This programme aims to promote intercultural understanding and to strengthen integration by deepening connections between parents from families who have recently migrated and their local communities. Parents will be supported to volunteer in local Children’s Centres and primary schools, gaining crucial skills for employment and community action as the organisations gain additional capacity to support outreach activities, learning and governance processes that represent and reflect the community.
Integrate UK: Improving our Reach 11 Dec 2017
Integrate UK is a youth led charity based in Bristol that promotes gender and racial equality, integration and community cohesion. Over the past year it has seen an 80% increase in demand from schools for its youth led sessions. In response, it plans to invest in infrastructure and expand its offer in Wales and the West Midlands.
The Architecture Centre works across the South West to engage people in design, architecture and place-making. Through this grant, the centre will test a model of long-term partnership working in early years settings in areas of multiple deprivation. The project aims to engage young audiences with place-based learning activities, including sensory walks and visits to local cultural venues.
Diffusion: a financially sustainable venture to mobilise communities to support young people's mental health. 09 Jul 2018
Off The Record is a mental health charity working in Bristol and South Gloucestershire with young people. It wants to transition from a ‘mental health service provider’ to ‘mental health social movement.’ It plans to establish ‘Diffusion’, a trading arm, to support this vision. It will offer a range of products designed to equip young people and communities with the confidence, knowledge and skills to support their own mental health as active agents, rather than passive consumers.
Asylos is a pan-European volunteer network that trains and support volunteers to research vital country of origin information to help refugees fleeing war, violence, and persecution to claim their right to asylum. This project addresses the lack of high-quality, publicly available and relevant evidence for the asylum claims of children and young people in the UK. By producing case-based and broader country of origin information reports and by training and widening access to its research by legal advisors, caseworkers, and social workers, Asylos will contribute to ensuring that children and young people in need of protection enjoy equal access to justice.
This grant will support the organisation to explore a collaborative service model for care leavers with insecure immigration status.
The National Open Youth Orchestra 14 Nov 2018
Open Up Music’s mission is to make orchestras accessible to young disabled people. Through this grant, OpenUp Music will deliver the National Open Youth Orchestra, a new inclusive national ensemble. In partnership with leading arts organisations and conservatoires in London, Bristol and the West Midlands, OpenUp Music will launch regional training centres providing a programme of musical development and personal development, rehearsal and performance opportunities for disabled young people and their peers.
Replication across South West England 10 Dec 2018
Empire Fighting Chance aims to transform young lives through boxing. This grant will support the organisation to scale the ‘Inspiring Champions’ programme, which integrates boxing, mentoring and psychological education, across the South West.
1625 Independent People provides support for young people who are experiencing homeless, leaving care, or at risk of homelessness. This grant will help four Local Authorities in the South West to embed Psychologically Informed Environments within their youth and social care teams.
Somali Youth Forum 27 Mar 2007
The project aims to develop the skills of the current members of the Somali Youth Forum to directly influence youth service providers and increase the amount of provision available to young Somali girls and boys.
Musical Prison Project 18 Sep 2007
Enabling Changing Tunes musicians to work in three local prisons, providing in-prison and post-release support, using music to help ex-prisoners re-integrate into their communities.
Support towards core work in 2007/08 and subsidy towards sending DVDs to schools in 2008/09 16 Jul 2007
Filming and recording world-class musicians imparting their musical knowledge and skill to the musicians of tomorrow.
Through this initiative, At-Bristol, in partnership with Science Learning Centre South West, aims to increase the confidence and broaden the repertoire of creative approaches to engage students with science amongst teachers in Bristol's supplementary schools. Teachers will be mentored and supported in putting their new skills into practice with students.