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- 27 Feb 2015
- Latest award date
- 14 Dec 2015
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A grant to Transform Justice for Reframing criminal justice in England and Wales Stage Two
Action Space London supports the development of artists with learning disabilities. It plans to trial half-day workshops in public spaces across London. These will be faciliated by people with learning disabilities to enable their peers to explore their creativity and enjoyment of visual arts.
Support to develop Garage Sale Trail in the UK, a project bringing communities together and encouraging the re-use of unwanted goods. 23 Nov 2015
Garage Sale Trail creates a platform to bring together communities to re-use unwanted goods, fundraise and make new connections through holding hundreds of garage sales on one day. The idea originated in Australia and is being piloted in the UK by the Garage Sale Trail Foundation UK, led by Andrew Dick who has over a decade’s experience in the non profit sector. PHF funding will supporting the on-going development of the project, building on a successful pilot in 2015.
Embodying Maths: Explore and Test 14 Dec 2015
Following a small-scale pilot with Sheffield Hallam University in 2014, Complicite want to evaluate a drama-based, whole class approach to maths, to see if it improves children’s attainment.
Let Us Learn 07 Oct 2015
Grant towards towards a youth-led campaign (Let us Learn) to develop a movement around migrants’ rights in the UK, focusing on equal access to higher education for young people with immigration status issues in England and Wales.
Get The Message 27 Feb 2015
Increasing the capacity of the visual arts sector to support people with learning disabilities as visitors, participants and employees through training, mentoring and recruitment activities.
The Zahid Mubarek Trust (ZMT) advocates for a just and humane criminal justice system to ensure the successful rehabilitation of young and vulnerable prisoners. It focuses particularly on prisoners from black, asian and minority ethnic backgrounds (BME). ZMT aims to build on experience to deliver a new programme of workshops in ten prisons, where they currently work, and build links with existing appropriate services on release. They will recruit two qualified facilitators and aim for the programme to be integral to the organisation going forward.
Mind in Camden is an independent mental health charity set up in 1985 and affiliated to National Mind. Mind in Camden will set up a network of 15 peer support groups for young refugees and asylum seekers with mental health problems, in partnership with refugee organisations across London. Mind will provide training and coaching for staff in each of the partner organisations: developing their capacity to address the mental health needs of their clients.
A grant to Visual Editions Ltd to create new model to sustain the celebration of books' future.