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- Earliest award date
- 06 Feb 2007
- Latest award date
- 29 Oct 2018
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Through this grant, JUSTICE – a law reform and human rights organisation – will establish a working group on immigration and asylum to make recommendations to government as it seeks to modernise the justice system as part of a £1bn digital reform programme. The working group will research, generate, and evaluate proposals for a complete re-think of how the immigration and asylum determination process works in the UK.
EU Withdrawal Bill Co-ordination 12 Jun 2017
This grant will continue to support the coordination function for work on the EU Withdrawal Bill. This will support advocacy groups to collaborate across a wide range of sectors including human rights, environment, consumer, workers’ rights, equality, democracy, transparency, food, farming and trade to ensure that the interests of these communities can be fully heard as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
Young People and the Effects of Brexit 26 Feb 2018
The Mix is the UK’s leading digital charity providing holistic multi-channel support for young people’s well-being using digital and mobile channels. This grant will support The Mix to explore and develop an understanding of the issues, opinions and awareness of children and young people around the effects of Brexit on EU citizens living the UK.
"Live Music Network" 05 Nov 2007
A digital/broadcast media project to enable LSO to connect and develop learning experiences with communities of all ages, abilities and background across London and the UK.
Arts & Refugees Research - Publishing element 06 Nov 2007
To pay for the publishing of the Arts and Refugees research project comissioned by PHF, Baring Foundation and Arts Council.
Theatre archive pilot 28 Jan 2009
Using a 1995 production of As You Like It, Cheek by Jowl will explore ways in which the company might make its archive accessible.
An in depth evaluation of Hanover's work to enhance speaking and listening and interpersonal skills, providing both hard and soft evidence to demonstrate the effectiveness of these skills in the level 2 qualification.
A grant to Guildhall School of Music & Drama for Shift
Core support to underpin the family learning activities at the Museum of London.
This grant will support Create London to establish the White House, located within the Becontree Estate in Dagenham, as a permanent space for artist-led social practice in collaboration with local communities. More and better funding will expand both the number of residencies and activities programmed in the House; formalise local people’s role in governance and programming; and increase Create London’s evidence base of its long-term social impact on communities and individuals.
Capacity building to support expansion 26 Feb 2018
The Young Women’s Trust (YWT) supports young women in England and Wales facing poverty due to unemployment or low paid work. By 2020, YWT expects to support 3,000 young women a year. To support the growth of their coaching service, the grant will help YWT to invest in its infrastructure, focusing in particular administration, volunteer management and evaluation and learning functions.
Shubbak is Europe’s largest festival of contemporary Arab culture. This programme aims to develop and embed a community engagement programme, supporting Arab communities to take part as audience members and decision-makers.
A grant to Barbican Centre Trust for ArtWorks London legacy activity 2015/16 and 2016/17.
Core support towards a season of music, film, art and debate investigating the state – and the inequalities – of the cultural sector in the UK and discussing its inequalities. This programme reflected on the findings of a new national survey, commissioned by Create and delivered by Goldsmiths University, which looked into the social background of those working in the arts – from how their higher education was funded, to where they could afford to live.
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.
Core funding 07 Aug 2017
The Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisation (ACEVO) a network of leaders for civil society organisations, will use this funding to stabilise the business, meet their current commitment to their membership base and to explore how the organisation can be revitalised and made fit for the future. This will help ACEVO remain a vital and vibrant network supporting, developing, connecting and championing civil society leaders in their determination to make a difference.
ArtWorks Fellowship 04 Mar 2015
To build on the pilot of a bespoke professional development model for established artists undertaken as part of their funded work through our special initiative to demonstrate that the concept of lifelong learning can be both sustainable and economical.
A grant to Trust for London Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable Young Migrants