- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 03 Aug 2016
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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- Total Non-GBP grants
Empowerment of Young Latin Americans in London 18 Sep 2007
A grant to Indo American Refugee and Migrant Organisation for Empowerment of Young Latin Americans in London
Working in partnership with other funders in the refugee and asylum seeker sector, a review will be commissioned of existing evidence on what is known about attitudes to asylum (in the context of immigration more generally), and the extent to which future work on changing or improving attitudes in this area can learn from past campaigning.
Membership of CIFC 31 Mar 2010
Membership of the Coalition, an alliance formed in 2008 of 19 independent Trusts and Foundations which seeks, through implementation of recommendations in Baroness Corston's 2007 review, to transform how vulnerable women are treated in the criminal justice system.
Savethearts Campaign - Shrigley Video 09 Sep 2010
To support the production of an animated film by artist David Shrigley to launch a campaign, with an associated online petition, about public funding of the arts.
Developing the speaking and listening skills of young people in prison in England and Wales to strengthen communication and reduce conflict between the young people and their parents / carers.
Future Stages 21 Feb 2012
Participatory arts intervention supporting those at risk of social exclusion and offending, focusing on early intervention, transition and work force development in non-arts setting.
Funding from PHF will go towards the development of a small, temporary display of migration 'keepsakes'. Objects will be sourced from a range of community members who are traditionally less well-represented in museums.
Workshops to develop speaking and listening skills in young people through communication, confidence, campaigning and peer training activities to make changes in school communities.
This project is part of a new initiative hosted by Global Dialogue which aims to increase the strategic communications capacity in the migration and integration sector by establishing a Communications Hub. The Hub will strengthen the ability of civil society organisations to contribute effectively to key regional and national conversations relevant to migration and integration, improve the use of existing public opinion research to frame organisational responses to discreet policy issues relating to migration, and increase the range of perspectives on migration and integration in media and public debate. PHF will fund a communication post, one of five to be embedded within existing migration organisations, and make a contribution towards the central Communications Hub which will support the wider sector with support and media training.
The Loop 20 Apr 2006
A pilot scheme designed to create long-term opportunities for secondary school pupils to develop creative writing skills outside formal education by providing extended opportunities for creative expression through poetry, reading and writing. Working with young people at risk in Greenwich and Barking and Dagenham Local Education Authorities.
Voicelab & Artists in Residence 27 Mar 2007
The first major grant that supports the artistic programme that will bring to life the refurbished Royal Festival Hall - focusing on Voicelab and artists in residence.
Pupil Reintegration Worker 17 Jul 2007
The employment of a full time Pupil Reintegration Worker to advise, support and represent pupils and parents in the London Borough of Lambeth.
In support of an initiative to increase homeless people's access to arts activities by increasing homelessness agencies' capacity to deliver and build partnerships with arts organisations.
To develop a blueprint for transforming services for young people through co-production and outcomes-focused commissioning, and to work with commissioners and providers to encourage take-up.
A two year pilot working closely with six clusters of secondary schools across England to develop, test, and roll-out a peer-led speaking and listening training programme to support broader and more inclusive take-up of student voice opportunities.