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- Earliest award date
- 06 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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Transformers 06 Jan 2017
A grant towards Transformers, a workforce development initiative aimed at people in mid-career, working in any Museum Association accredited museum (or museum working towards accreditation), looking to change the way they work. Participants are challenged to develop new ways of thinking and supported to engage with experimental ideas, fresh thinking and new learning.
CPT will test whether an artist-led approach to audience diversity can motivate audiences from BAME backgrounds currently underrepresented to attend. Further, they aim to gain better understanding of the barriers preventing emerging artists from BAME background entering the field of contemporary theatre making. They intend to use this learning to inform their wider organisational policy and practice.
MEMap 02 Feb 2017
Based on his personal experience of CFS/ME and expertise as a software developer, Steven Shaw wants to create a website and linked app which enables people with CFS/ME to share the experience of peers who have achieved progress or success with improving their health. The app would model that success into a personalised tool allowing users to try change management themselves. The tech encapsulates good practice that patients have experienced via various coaching or therapeutic approaches and establishes a new role for tech, addressing the shortcomings patients have reported concerning standard treatments. The intent is a step-change in therapy tech.
Citizen disengagement - lessons for funders 27 Feb 2017
A short research and provocation paper looking at how funders can work together and improve their responses to citizen disenfranchisement in Europe
Having developed the ‘Vision for Young Londoners’ agenda, the Partnership would like to increase its capacity to drive the identified priorities forward. It will support the coalition logistically, and invest in strategy, evaluation and wider dissemination. It hopes to increase the profile, impact, and reach of both the Vision and the network of coalition members.
YouthAction NI will develop and pilot a ‘Critical Youth Research Hub’ which will provide a space for youth workers, researchers and activists to present and exchange research and recommend policy and practice solutions. Young people will be trained as ‘peer researchers’ and will co-design the Hub’s strategy and outcomes framework. It hopes to strengthen youth sector collaboration across the region, improve outcomes for young people, and increase youth participation and engagement.
An Talla Solias will test a new curatorial framework designed to better reach local audiences including families, people with lower incomes, and the elderly. It will use this experience to embed a culture of reflective practice and develop a new engagement strategy tailored to its local context.
To fund an Impact Incubator that will build collaborations to develop systems-changing models to entrenched social problems.
Callum Curry is a young entrepreneur and member of the Global Shapers movement, whose vision is to invigorate public engagement in politics. He has developed SUSSD, a social platform and app linked to Facebook that allows people to have their say on real issues scheduled for debate or discussion in their local area. It also allows local decision makers to gauge public opinion in real-time to help inform their work. This grant will support Callum to develop an android version of the app and to test its organisation portal with two councils in Belfast and Lisburn.
Conductors for Change - conducting training for teachers leading mixed-ability ensembles 08 May 2017
This work builds on the Conductors for Change programme, a small pilot with Teach First music teachers, which successfully initiated and sustained mixed-ability ensembles in secondary schools. Orchestras for All wants to explore whether the continuing professional development and learning programme can be adapted into a blended model (delivered through a combination of online and face-to-face elements) in order to broaden its reach.
Supporting Youth Work in Wales 08 May 2017
Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services (CWVYS) is the independent representative body for the voluntary youth work sector in Wales. This grant will contribute to the salaries of the CEO and Regional Coordinators to enable CWVYS to maintain its support and advocacy role for the Welsh voluntary youth sector. CWVYS also aims to grow its membership and to work towards financial sustainability.
Supporting the lives of young transgender people 08 May 2017
Gendered Intelligence is a Community Interest Company supporting young transgender people and their support networks. The grant will contribute to the salaries of the CEO and two facilitators and will enable Gendered Intelligence to strengthen its internal processes and ensure robust quality assurance across its three locations.
Connecting Creative Communities 08 May 2017
Supporting live performance in small-scale venues across Scotland’s highlands and islands, the Touring Network will bring together promoters, artists and communities to explore current practices within rural touring and develop a scalable model for touring that is relevant to and has an authentic connection with rural audiences.
Music in Detention brings immigration detainees and communities together to create and perform music, increase wellbeing and change attitudes to people who migrate. This grant will provide core funding to support the organisation’s strategic development, including audience development work, performance practice and collaborations, and the development of artistic infrastructure and financial stability.
Heart n Soul works across a range of arts practice to support the creative development of learning disabled people and to showcase their talents. This grant will enable the company to deepen engagement, create more progression routes and visibility for learning disabled participants and artists, and deliver a programme of immersive placements for professionals to improve sector practice.
British Future works to change the public conversation about immigration and build a society that is confident, welcoming and fair. This grant will support research into attitudes on key immigration and integration questions following the 2017 General Election. Findings will be disseminated through a workshop and strategic advice paper for those seeking to influence policy and decision makers. Media interventions using the new findings will shape public and media debates on post-Brexit immigration/refugee protection/integration policy.
A new grassroots organisation representing the interests of EU citizens living in the UK 29 Jun 2017
Nicolas Hatton has been at the helm of The 3 Million, a group established to represent the interests of EU citizens living in the UK, since the UK’s referendum on its EU membership in June 2016. Led by mobile EU citizens in the UK, The 3 Million group have filled a crucial gap in the UK’s refugee and migrant sector during the post-referendum debate. The group has developed a strong brand and has a considerable media presence. The grant enables those involved to formalise their group as a national grassroots organisation that can run local and national campaigns about EU citizens’ rights and offer support to individuals.
Developing the membership network and building capacity of the National Network for the Education of Care Leavers (NNECL). 10 Jul 2017
The National Network for the Education of Care Leavers (NNECL) supports work to ensure that care leavers are able to access and thrive in further and higher education settings. Funding will support the network to develop a membership model – sharing best practice, influencing policy and building relationships between agencies to champion continuous improvement.
DUETS 10 Jul 2017
This grant will help Ballet Cymru to evaluate the impact of the DUETS programme in addressing inequality in access to and participation in dance in South East Wales and to analyse its potential to become a national model.
The Advocacy Academy is a charity based in London which supports marginalised young people to understand and tackle the social issues that directly affect them. A grant will enable the organisation to employ a Commercial Director to focus on income generation and secure a sustainable strategy for growth. It will also free up the CEO to focus on future organisational strategy and strengthening partnership working.