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- Earliest award date
- 06 Jun 2006
- Latest award date
- 17 Nov 2015
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This two year project aims to help Somali students develop their literacy, oral communication, presentation, teamwork and leadership skills and learn about the world of work through producing their own quarterly community magazine. Students will work on the magazine at the after school club and in their own time and will launch each edition with a presentation in English and Somali to local families.
Shpresa will extend their supplementary school, develop training programmes for mainstream teachers and parents and share their exemplary practice with others, including the Somali community.
Roving Diagnostic Unit: Development and Pilot 17 Nov 2015
Daily Life is an arts and mental health advocacy charity based in Stratford, East London with a mission to change the way that people think about mental health and a strong track record of producing provocative work. They will develop and test the Roving Diagnostic Unit, where people with lived experience of mental distress co-produce participatory adventures to 'diagnose' local cultural centres including the William Morris Gallery and Vestry House Museum. These interactive performances will explore mental health and the history of psychiatric diagnosis.
Life on Legacy Street 02 Mar 2010
Life on Legacy Street'- a youth-led drama and film project linking young people from diverse backgrounds and four schools to improve cross-cultural understanding and community cohesion in Tower Hamlets, and to influence how services work with young people.
To provide support and guidance to young people from trafficked backgrounds enabling them to participate more fully in the community, become active citizens and voice their experiences.
Artistic programme which develops and presents emerging artists alongside established artists 28 Apr 2008
To support the development of the Saturday Club in east London, a high-quality, mixed art-form, artistic programme which develops and presents emerging artists alongside established artists.
Public consultation and curating programme. 14 Jul 2009
Core support for an initiative offering the public the opportunity to programme the work of the theatre between January and June 2012.
Aiming Higher 10 Jul 2012
Developing clusters of mainstream schools working in partnership with supplementary schools by Shpresa training, mentoring staff/volunteers and modelling excellent practice.
Dare to Dream Pathways - Growth Options for UDMF 28 Oct 2013
Action research programme into business development options for the Urban Development Music Foundation.
A grant to New Choices for Youth Trust Right Here - extra support for period January-April 2014
The Leadership, Mentoring and Volunteering Project aims to provide a platform for young people to develop their skills, gain motivation and access volunteer positions in the community.
Newham Young People's Project 10 Apr 2008
A two-year project based in Newham that aims to develop a 'drop-in' service specifically for young people from the local refugee and asylum seeker communities who are either experiencing, or a risk of developing, mental health problems. Using an arts based approach, the project is an attempt to build relationships, and be able to offer the young people ways of talking about their problems and - as a next stage - accessing appropriate support to help them progress.
Youth Development/Education Officer 12 May 2008
To improve links with mainstream schools and develop learning initiatives to provide a more effective service to disadvantaged African children and young people.
FFP provides practical alternatives to exclusion, crime and violence for young people. More than 3000 young people have attended the FFP Academy in Brazil. In 2007, FFP was replicated in Newham, with the establishment of the FFP Academy in North Woolwich. FFP is requesting support to continue this delivery as well as complete the adaptation process of the model for the UK to reduce gang violence and anti-social behaviour in deprived communities through education, work training, support services.