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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2019
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COMPAS is a multi-disciplinary migration research centre based at the University of Oxford. Established in 2003 within the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, it has an international reputation for undertaking research and generating new evidence and analysis on migration and integration issues. A ten-year grant, index-linked to mitigate the impact of inflation, will underpin the work of the Directors of the Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity and Migration Observatory.
Education Manager post 20 Apr 2006
Funding for post of Education Mananger to oversee ongoing programmes of 'artists in residence' in schools, peer-led youth forum and pilot at Learning Support Unit.
Project for teenage parents 26 Jun 2007
Development of our innovative pilot project targeted at teenage parents. The project combines one-to-one mentoring support via volunteer mentors, with parenting courses and advice.
Contribution to the Women's Diversionary Fund, a joint fund set up between the Corston Independent Funders' Coalition and Ministry of Justice to support development of community-based provision to divert vulnerable women out of offending and custody.
To develop an outreach service, offering the expertise and ethos of the Mulberry Bush Organisation, to mainstream and special schools across Oxfordshire, and neighbouring counties.
Public dissemination of data, analysis, and original research on UK migration.
Breaking the Cycle 08 Feb 2016
The organisation is seeking funding for a Training Director to scale up Startup’s peer mentor training and to expand its work with ‘at risk’ young women aged 16-24. This will strengthen Startup’s expertise in working further upstream with a younger age group. Startup are well-networked within the women-centred services field and in refining this model there is potential for cross-learning about approaches to working with young women.
COMPAS will work intensively with five UK cities to achieve a step-change in their approach to migrant integration in their area: to develop an inclusive approach which is strategic across the authority, works in partnership with local voluntary, public and private sector organisations to achieve shared goals, and which adopts an asset-based approach. Drawing on learning from innovative approaches in US cities, the project will include assessment of the scope for subsequent roll-out nationwide and the development of an online toolkit for UK cities wishing to develop integration strategies of their own.
To further develop plans to grow impact 27 Feb 2017
Fixers have a clear impact framework and ambition for change; to position their approach at the heart of society, to encourage people and organisations to value voice such that it brings people together for social good, encourages people to share their stories and helps to establish an architecture for people to listen to them, so that conversations start that lay the foundations for a new approach to social change.
Leveraging Sustainability 19 Mar 2018
Fixers are young people sharing their stories to create change. The organisation gives young people aged 16-25 years old a voice on any issue that matter to them. This grant will support sustainability and programme delivery.
ENYAN (English National Youth Arts Network) 23 Apr 2007
To support a national infrastructure of youth arts professionals to foster good practice and improve the quality and impact of arts provision for young people at risk.
'Skills in the Making' 23 Feb 2009
To enable an innovative three-year programme of professional development in contemporary craft, developed in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University, for trainee and established art and design teachers.
Learning Futures Phase One 02 Apr 2009
To develop and test a series of teaching and learning interventions that aim to increase the number of young people who are actively and positively engaged with their learning.
ARTiculate 17 Feb 2011
An 'active research model' designed for young people with severe learning disabilities to look at developing speaking and listening skills, through directing and being directed in dance.
Exbury Egg (Artchitecture) 08 Feb 2011
To develop and run an education and participation programme associated with the building of an architecturally and conceptually innovative temporary live/work spaces for artists in the New Forest.
To work with schools, pupils and parents to encourage, support and achieve a successful transition from primary school to secondary school. Reduce truancy and exclusion.
Develop partnerships between a supplementary school and three mainstream schools in Milton Keynes to improve the attainment in English and mathematics of underachieving young people from BME communities.