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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 11 Mar 2019
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Only Connect works with Londoners aged over 16 who are currently in or leaving custody. It will develop a more sustainable business model. It will convert its 4000-square-foot head office into a local hub with hot-desking, room hire and catering to generate revenue and provide opportunities for members. It will also seek to inform national policy and practice, and encourage replication of its model outside London.
Scene & Heard work in Somers Town in London, an area of high deprivation, providing one-to-one, creative mentoring for children aged 9+. They will test a new style of project for older participants enabling them to deepen relationships with returning members aged 14-16 and explore how local partnerships enhance project delivery.
This grant supports policy and core work on the regularisation of children who have migrated to the UK.
Belonging in London: London Identities 16 Oct 2017
Through a literature review and a workshop with experts and stakeholders, the London Identities project will culminate in the production of a short research paper exploring the concept of London identities, and describing what actions can be taken to forge a stronger sense of shared civic identities.
Core support over two years 04 Dec 2018
New Horizon Youth Centre provides a support network for 16-21 year olds experiencing homelessness. They provide hot food, showers, laundry, help in finding accommodation, training and employment. They also offer counselling and a range of workshops in life skills to help young people at a pivotal moment.
Protege 12 Nov 2007
Protege is an innovative one year action research programme that aims to support 20 excluded young people in self-directed learning and creating artwork on their own terms as a means of demonstrating to educators and governments the importance of alternative approaches to learning . The project is intended to channel young people's interests, improve their awareness and raise their aspirations towards FE and / or creative enterprise as well as influencing policy makers and mainstream provision.
Evaluating the 'INCLUSIVE' Project 17 Feb 2011
Pilot randomised controlled study of the INCLUSIVE intervention. INCLUSIVE improves the school environment, institutes restorative justice approaches and delivers a social and emotional skills curriculum.
Piloting the Child-to-Child participatory approach in school to help empower and integrate refugee and asylum seeking young people.
New Music Plus... 06 Feb 2012
A continuation grant to support a further cohort of independent producers and arts organisations, encouraging innovative approaches to music programming and audience engagement throughout the UK.
To develop the speaking and listening skills of refugee and asylum seeker students to empower them and promote their inclusion in schools and FE colleges across London.
Action Space London supports the development of artists with learning disabilities. It plans to trial half-day workshops in public spaces across London. These will be faciliated by people with learning disabilities to enable their peers to explore their creativity and enjoyment of visual arts.
Mind in Camden is an independent mental health charity set up in 1985 and affiliated to National Mind. Mind in Camden will set up a network of 15 peer support groups for young refugees and asylum seekers with mental health problems, in partnership with refugee organisations across London. Mind will provide training and coaching for staff in each of the partner organisations: developing their capacity to address the mental health needs of their clients.
Positive Social Behaviour project 17 Mar 2009
A two year pilot to develop new ways of working with homeless young people, helping them to build up the social networks they need to make successful transitions to independent living. Young people will be supported to identify ways in which they can develop the skills and interests that are important to them, and at the same time find ways of being more connected in the communities where they live.
Positive Pathways Education Programme 27 Jul 2011
England wide. Gender specific, holistic support, skills development, accredited training and progression into emplyment for girls and women offenders and those at risk of offending, onsite and in prisons
Deaf theatre regional pilot project 27 Oct 2014
A pilot programme of outreach, workshops and residential summer camp for deaf young people and children that encourages participation from outside London.