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- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2019
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CGD will explore bold, new migration and integration policy options for the UK government in light of the UK’s decision to leave the EU, in consultation with expert stakeholders. These will be presented to government officials and others in positions of influence to inform progressive change in migration and integration policy.
Tate Exchange Year Two Evaluation Programme 02 Aug 2017
Tate Exchange is an annual programme that invites the public to test ideas and explore new perspectives, highlighting the value of art to society. This grant supports a one year evaluation activity designed to build on the experience and learning gained from researching and evaluating year one of Tate Exchange (TEX). Year two will focus specifically on gathering evidence of participants’ experiences and the changes the TEX programme brings about for them.
Liberty is an independent organisation that campaigns for civil liberties and human rights in the UK. Liberty works to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community through a combination of test case litigation, public campaigning, parliamentary work, policy analysis and the provision of free advice and information. This grant will support the core services of the organisation.
Fly The Flag 04 Mar 2019
This grant provides support for Fly the Flag, a cross-sector campaign marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that aims to empower people to understand, embrace and uphold human rights.
Streetwise Opera: regional development 13 Mar 2019
Streetwise Opera is a performing arts charity that supports people with experience of homelessness. This grant will help Streetwise Opera to reach more people, build organisational capacity and develop cross-sector partnerships through regional hubs.
Peer Review - Online Education Resource 05 Feb 2007
The development of an online educational resource on scientific publishing and expert peer review for a new generation of citizens - with particular emphasis on education at Key Stage 4.
Joint Lecture Series 14 May 2007
Excellence and innovation: pushing the boundaties of educational practice A proposal for a joint lecture series by the RSA and Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Hear Here 05 Nov 2007
A partnership between RPS and Classic FM, 'Hear Here!' is an innovatory web-based arts education pilot to enhance the art of listening to classical music.
The BAFTA Youth Mentoring Programme. 08 Feb 2010
The BAFTA Youth Mentoring Programme aims to improve the life chances of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by offering opportunities within a media-based mentoring programme.
Word of Mouth 12 Feb 2010
The 'Word of Mouth' project will develop the social and communication skills of young people from disadvantaged inner-city areas, as well as their technical and creative skills.
Launch of YPI in Northern Ireland, to pilot in 15 schools over three years, giving young people a 'hands-on' experience of giving whilst developing their communication and presentation skills
Composer-Curator Programme 28 Oct 2013
Support to create a national programme 'Composer-Curator': performance series and festivals curated and produced by composers, offering new ways for audiences to experience new music
We believe that learning through music is a powerful way to inspire and enhance children's language learning. We believe that sharing musical and artistic traditions between cultures develops children's understanding of their place in the world and can boost aspiration. Traditional language teaching is preoccupied with memorising and matching vocabulary. By bringing music to the sound components of language (i.e. rhyme, repetition and rhythm), we will support teachers to overcome the barriers that hinder them from becoming confident leaders of language learning. Using evidence-informed models of CPDL, we will develop new learning partnerships between teachers, music animateurs, and linguists.
A collaborative approach to arts-based CPDL. Primary school leaders and teachers in 10 West Midlands primary schools, including RSA Academies.and Birmingham Education Partnership member schools, will work with arts partners and specialist drama teachers, co-designing drama-based interventions to improve pupils' writing. The project consortium has strong connections to the West Midlands: the RSA's academies are located here and Arts Connect is closely connected to local specialist arts partners. Almost 175,000 children live in poverty in this region, putting it among the most deprived in the UK. Educational attainment in the region is one of the lowest in the UK.
RightsInfo will test and evaluate a targeted digital media approach to public education and engagement on human rights, with a focus on migrants’ rights. Translating methods used in private sector marketing, they will test the effectiveness of a behaviour change model that is designed to shift views amongst ‘neutral but persuadable’ groups. It will be tested in two cities that voted leave and remain in the European Union referendum.
RSA & Arts Connect: Performing Pedagogy 2017-18 02 Aug 2017
This grant will support continued collaborations between artist practitioners, teachers and senior leaders to co-design drama-based interventions to improve pupils’ writing.
This project seeks to represent the voices of young EU citizens who are at risk of being overlooked as Britain exits the EU. Working with local communities, the project will deliver a number of targeted workshops that inform young EU citizens on their rights and protections, while giving them a voice in the process. The research will be used to help ensure that UK and EU decision-makers prioritise these safeguards in the negotiations.