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- 08 Feb 2016
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2016
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Almeida Theatre and its production: Boy 08 Feb 2016
Support to underpin the collaboration between Almeida Projects and Arsenal in the Community’s Positive Future around the main stage production of “Boy”, by Leo Butler - a play that focuses on social exclusion. Performance pieces will be written by young people across four different settings, with a film-maker documenting the process and Arsenal players reading the finished works alongside actors.
This grant will support a series of performances named after Claus Moser. Lord Moser was a life-long friend of Paul Hamlyn and was closely involved with the Foundation, first as an adviser and then as a trustee.
The youth sector has identified a need for leadership development and greater collaboration within the sector. In response, Clore Social Leadership will develop a leadership development programme to equip emerging leaders with the necessary skills and network opportunities and create a pipeline of future leaders capable of providing the resilient leadership the youth sector will need in coming years.
The Big House at The Royal Court Theatre 13 Jun 2016
Support towards three performances of Knife Edge – the full scale promenade theatre production that The Big House presented to packed audiences in a restaurant in Dalston in May/June 2016 – at the Royal Court Theatre as part of their Open Court Festival in August 2016.
This project aims to contribute to a stronger UK social technology sector by helping articulate and build a consensus around the distinct development and investment milestones for tech for good, as well a clearer view of the funding and investment available to support progress through these milestones
Youth led action for stop and search reform. 19 Apr 2016
The grant will fund the salaries of the Advocacy Manager, Youth Peer Trainers, resources and publication costs, for Release to develop and roll out the Y-Stop campaign to young people around the UK. Y-Stop will benefit young people affected by police stop and search policy and practice. Release will also work with young people to influence policy makers and police on the issue of stop and search.
What Next? (through Sadler's Wells) 15 Aug 2016
In addition to the core support of this national movement, our grant will enable bursaries towards attendance and travel for the National Event in October 2016.
This application is for the incubation of the Project for the Registration of Children as British Children (PRCBC) which is being hosted by Asylum Aid. PRCBC want to explore whether policy change relating to the registration of undocumented young people as British citizens can be secured by filtering out test cases which can be used in strategic litigation proceedings. A focus on strategic litigation has the potential to set precedent for other undocumented young people to register as citizens by remedying unlawful and poor practice. In addition, Asylum Aid will test whether hosting projects in early stages, can allow them to incubate and grow steadily before being established as independent entities.
JCWI will test a new internal structure and model of delivery to maximise their resources and increase their impact. This includes a more joined-up approach to casework, campaigns and training. This coordinated approach has the potential to drive forward focused policy change through a coordinated approach of identifying relevant potential test cases which JCWI will bring forward as strategic litigation cases, while also running related campaigns alongside to raise awareness of key issues, engaging MPs and tabling parliamentary questions and policy amendments, and finally engaging and training relevant professions responsible for policy implementation.
Into Film and Nerve Centre will deliver a literacy and numeracy intervention based around the deconstruction and critical analysis of film and the use of filmmaking as a tool for engagement, project production, presentation and assessment. The project will partner with 10 primary schools based in Belfast and Derry/Londonderry and will be designed to suit the needs of KS2 pupils. Participating Senior Leaders and teachers will be equipped with the understanding, tools, skills, inspiration, and support necessary for them to take full advantage of the medium of film.
UK Youth in partnership with Bite the Ballot will drive engagement of young people in the EU referendum through their UK wide network of members and youth clubs.
Fighting destitution together 11 Jul 2016
Project 17 in partnership with Southwark Law Centre are seeking to test an integrated model of crisis intervention. Project 17 and Southwark Law Centre will work together to offer a combined service to destitute families and children, combining support, advocacy and immigration representation. This is in response to new provisions within the Immigration Act 2016 which is likely to increase demand for P17’s services. A partnership with SLC will help them to meet this demand.
The Funders Collaboration on Leadership 15 Aug 2016
The Funders Collaboration on Leadership will discuss and develop projects to address the challenges currently facing the charitable and voluntary sector.
This project will deliver a SEND Music Fellowship Programme equipping early career professional musicians from Live Music Now to become Musicians in Residence in special schools. They are seeking to fully evaluate the Musicians in Residence model and collect evidence of the effectiveness of the programme.
Under ‘best interests’ requirements, both the UK and French governments have legal obligations to young people which they are failing to comply with. This application builds on the success already achieved by MLP (with Citizens UK and partners) through its landmark court case which has allowed unaccompanied children/young people from the Calais ‘Jungle’ to join relatives settled in the UK. This funding would build on these cases and seek to expand the model tested across Europe. It would do this in three ways: 1. Defending and developing the strategic legal case 2. Supporting work to reunite young people with their families 3. Supporting policy work
PHF support will fund a new post of Operations Manager enabling TBH to maintain the quality of its core offer whilst developing new projects, including TBH Means Business (an income generation scheme) and a 2017 tour of its work around the UK. This will also allow the Artistic Director to focus on the artistic elements of programme development and delivery.
Serious About Partnership 18 Jul 2016
This proposal will support regional venues in programming high quality and diverse music as well as initiating audience development and participatory work. of Serious will create an additional post in the company’s Learning and Participation Department, enabling the company to partner with 14 organisations in England, Wales and Scotland. They will develop a venue network to share practice. The Serious New Audiences ticket scheme will be extended nationally.Serious will deliver a training programme for musicians from diverse cultural backgrounds to develop skills in participatory music-making. Finally, Serious will develop a rigorous evaluation framework to demonstrate impact.