- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 28 Apr 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
House of St Barnabas 26 Apr 2018
Funding for three participants to take part in the 2018 Employment Preparation Programmes, plus 12 months of progression support afterwards.
Reform Research Trust 22 Nov 2018
To support the research and other activities of the Reform Research Trust, improving the understanding of UK policymakers on the better delivery of efficient public services.
The Difference 22 Nov 2018
Research into effective interventions for reducing NEETs, in schools for excluded pupils and mainstream. Interventions actioned through Difference Leaders programme in alternative provision schools, then led in mainstream.
City Year UK 22 Nov 2018
City Year UK's volunteer mentors encourage pupils both in and out of the classroom to engage with and enjoy learning, while developing their own leadership skills. The funding will help CYUK to reach out to universities to recruit more volunteers and school partners.
Family Grant-Tomorrow's Company-24/07/2019 02 Jul 2019
We are looking to establish a programme of research into how to best to prevent and reduce mental health issues arising in the workplace.
The PTI 27 Nov 2019
To support a three-day Subject Leadership Residential, enabling 120 Heads of Department from state secondary schools to develop a more relevant and inspiring curriculum, share good practice and bring the latest knowledge into the classroom.
IFB RESEARCH FOUNDATION 27 Nov 2019
Support to carry out the following activities over the next 3 years: to develop an annual family business sector report to investigate and assess the impact and contribution of family business on the UK economy. To develop and commission new research around the following themes: long-term orientation; next generation engagement in family firms; impact of tax policies on family business; people capital. Activities to promote, facilitate and build capacity for family business research in the UK; for example, by sponsoring research projects, assisting researchers to disseminate their work, and supporting early career researchers. Organising research events to disseminate our work and to bring researchers together from different institutions to network, share their work and to explore opportunities for collaboration. Identify and help to develop the data and research resources (both quantitative and qualitative) available to family business researchers and that underpins research in this field.
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.
Local actions to promote social cohesion 24 Oct 2016
The British Academy will produce a collection of essays exploring different elements of social integration. The collection would bring academic viewpoints and research on social integration together with examples of practical interventions and activities that have been shown to make significant positive impact. The British Academy will be working with a range of stakeholders to look for solutions that can be implemented at a local level by local councils, businesses or voluntary sector organisations to promote integration.
IPPR will work with local authorities and other actors in three areas to co-produce strategies to shore up resilience. IPPR will carry out a community research programme aimed at gaining a deep understanding of the dynamics that drive local concerns about migration in these areas and which factors enable or block the process of integration for migrants. IPPR will work with local actors to map key assets within the local community that can be mobilised by local policymakers, and will co-host a series of deliberative workshops with residents aimed at engaging local actors to build strategies that can have local support. Finally, IPPR will provide sources of good international and domestic practice, and will give them access to an exchange network to enable them to share experience and learn from others facing similar challenges, including via a trans-Atlantic learning exchange with the ‘Welcoming Cities’ programme in the US.
This project aims to contribute to a stronger UK social technology sector by helping articulate and build a consensus around the distinct development and investment milestones for tech for good, as well a clearer view of the funding and investment available to support progress through these milestones