- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 06 Jun 2006
- Latest award date
- 14 Dec 2015
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
To provide supplementary schools to raise the educational attainment of members of the Somali community living in the London Borough of Brent.
Radio Training Toolkit 06 Nov 2012
A two-year pilot to develop a rigorous, flexible speaking and listening curriculum for use in community radio stations. Trialled with and reviewed by 420 young people in 10 cities in England and Wales, this project builds directly on learning generated by existing youth radio work to develop and disseminate a set of practical resources to significantly increase high quality skills development opportunities in the sector.
Grant awarded under the Supported Options Fund to support young migrants with irregular migration status.
Youth on the Move 11 Oct 2012
Youth on the Move programme is to enable young people who are forcibly removed to Kabul, Afghanistan to continue in education, training or employment.
Support to underpin the development and rolling out of the Sing London festival into a national programme of collective singing events, throughout London and England, called 'Sing the Nation'.
Breakthrough Fund - The Re-enchantment 18 Mar 2008
Funding for Gareth Evans to develop 'The Re-Enchantment' - a multi-disciplinary, mixed-media season of site-related and commissioned collaborations with emergent and established artists, writers and film-makers to re-envision the cultural and social possibilities of place across Britain.
Building capacity within new migrant communities 14 Dec 2015
HNH will test whether a regional programme of leadership development can both affect change on local issues identified by young migrants as well as lead to a national network of young migrant leaders with common identity despite differing experiences of migration. To do this they will employ a Community Organiser to work in eight localities around the UK to engage young migrants in a programme of training, capacity building and local action to address issues they have identified. Hope not hate undertakes community action and engagement, research, training and educational services. It operates via a network of 40 active groups around the country engaging over 220,000 people. Through this grant, the organisation will deliver a regional programme of leadership development for young migrants. It will support them to work on local issues with the aim of creating a UK network of young migrant leaders, who can collectively campaign at a national level.