- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 14 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 29 Apr 2020
- Total GBP grants
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Trafficked boys & young men 17 Jun 2006
A continuation and expansion of a pilot previously funded with Trafficked Boys and Young Men across London. Working in partnership with ECPAT and other organisations this provides a lifeline and legal/social/emotional support for young men.
A national network of "Young Carer Champions" will co-produce a programme of support and training workshops for other young carers so they can increase connections.
Children's Society 13 Jun 2019
The funding is for a London pilot of the “Coordinated Crisis Support” programme to: Address gaps in emergency support provision through better networking. Prevent financial crisis recurrence by addressing underlying difficulties.
The funding will support an independent evaluation of The Children’s Society’s five-year litigation/influencing campaign to reinstate legal aid for separated children’s immigration cases. This will record approaches taken, capture learning, analyse what could have been done better, whilst building confidence and capability in using different influencing approaches.
Grant to The Children's Society 01 Sep 2016
In 2016 another 3 year commitment was made towards the Community Hidden Harm Awareness work of the East Anglia region. This will help improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of children and young people whose paretns are misusing substances and are victims of abuse and neglect.
Grant to The Children's Society 02 Oct 2019
A further 3 year grant towards Children's hidden harm project (CHHAT) in Essex supporting 8-19 year olds cope with caring for parents with mental health needs especailly substance abuse.
The project aims to improve the delivery of and access to child friendly services for young refugees and their families, including advice, information and avocacy as well as emotional and peer support in order to empower and support young people who are disadvantaged by language barriers, legal processes, bullying, discrimination and social isolation.
Helping Disabled Children express their feelings 08 Jul 2005
A project to develop an interactive website for young disabled people in Birmingham/Solihull. The website will provide local information and news on issues appropriate to the beneficiary group aswell as discussion forums for users to interact with each other.
This project will address tensions between older and younger people in Greenwich, a need that was highlighted by research and consultation undertaken by the organisation. They will run workshops and other events, using the information gathered to develop an inter-generational conflict resolution programme. Those involved in the project will gain IT, communication and teamwork skills, helping them to gain confidence and self esteem.
Media training for young refugees 04 May 2005
The Church of England Children's Society (Children's Society) was established in 1881 and is committed to working for social justice for children and young people. _x000B__x000B_This project is a nationally co-ordinated strategic programme to help young refugees and asylum seekers to articulate their needs and experiences, and to deal confidently with various audiences.
Inclusive Anti-Bullying Programmes 06 May 2005
Currently disabled and refugee children and young people do not regularly access the Anti-Bullying Team's programme and are not fully represented by its Young People's Steering Group. To address this, the project will extend The Society's anti-bullying programme to include special schools and schools with a high number of refugee children and young people.
Young Traveller Support Project 10 May 2005
This three year project will improve the life chances of young travellers aged 13-20 and living in the South West of England by working intensively with the young people themselves to increase their knowledge, skills and confidence so that they can take informed decisions about their future. It will also work to promote a better understanding within service organisations and support agencies of the needs of traveller young people.
Skills Link Project 29 Nov 2005
The Skills Link project will connect disabled young people experiencing disadvantage to student volunteers who will support them in a programme of skill building activities, to improve confidence and self esteem, develop interpersonal and social skills and reduce isolation.
The Futures Project 04 Jan 2006
The project will run an accredited group work programme for young people aged 11-14 who have been identified as being at a high risk of involvement in anti-social behaviour. The programmes will be run on a rolling 12 week basis and will include some accredited qualifications and group work games about controlling anger and emotions. _x000B__x000B_The project will also run a weekly open access group for young people aged 11-18 to enable older teenagers to provide peer support to the younger participants.
Safeguarding Young People 21 Feb 2006
While as many young people aged 11 and above are on child protection registers as younger children, research suggests that older children are less likely to receive a child protection response. Little is known about what influences practitioners when making decisions about referring young people and what happens when referrals are made. Research in other countries have also highlighted the need for age-specific approaches to child maltreatment but this issue has received scant attention in the UK.