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- Earliest award date
- 17 Jul 2006
- Latest award date
- 11 Mar 2019
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Northern Ireland Youth Forum is a youth-led voluntary organisation delivering projects across Northern Ireland whilst also promoting youth voice in decision making. It has a membership of over 4,000 young people, aged 11-25. This grant will fund the Director to fundraise for and develop existing and new collaborations and programmes. It will also enable NIYF to increase its representation on decision making forums, grow its social enterprise and establish a NI Youth Congress.
YouthAction NI will develop and pilot a ‘Critical Youth Research Hub’ which will provide a space for youth workers, researchers and activists to present and exchange research and recommend policy and practice solutions. Young people will be trained as ‘peer researchers’ and will co-design the Hub’s strategy and outcomes framework. It hopes to strengthen youth sector collaboration across the region, improve outcomes for young people, and increase youth participation and engagement.
More Volume: Youth Music Events and Outreach 27 Feb 2017
This grant will expand the Centre’s live music events mentoring programme, Volume Control, beyond their venue to young people in areas of social disadvantage.
Based in Belfast, the Black Box is an alternative culture and entertainment venue, which runs creative activities for learning-disabled young adults in collaboration with local artists and arts organisations. This grant will pilot the creation of an accessible, public space in Belfast City Centre offering daily creative programmes for learning disabled individuals across all age groups.
Based in Northern Ireland, Replay Theatre specialises in producing work for young audiences. This grant will support them to further develop and evaluate their programme of inclusive performance for young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
Funding for a series of strategic interventions that will support the establishment of the Pathway to Blueprint initiative, a capacity building scheme for arts organisations in Northern Ireland.
Replicating the youth community Hub model 01 Oct 2018
Youth Initiatives specialises in long term, relationship based, preventative youth work in areas of high social need in Northern Ireland. Funding will support its transition to a new leadership team and strategic plan. It will focus on collaboration to increase impact for young people, and implement its Hub model in Derry/ Londonderry, gathering learning to inform future replication.
Northern Ireland Youth Forum is a youth-led voluntary organisation delivering projects across Northern Ireland and promoting youth voice in decision making. Funding will support an asset-based approach to practice development and strategic planning.
North Light 19 Sep 2006
A two year programme aimed at 15-20 year olds called North Lights for over 280 young people in the Greater Shantallow area of Derry. This project is a stepping stone towards securing a permanent creative centre for young people in the area. The young people will participate in making films, music, literature, and visual art.
Origins 20 Oct 2008
A multi-disciplinary arts projects enabling Antrim Borough to work with rurally isolated or house-bound participants through an original partnership with the mobile library service.
Tinderbox Theatre Company's CONNECT Programme 28 Oct 2013
The CONNECT Programme - new collaborative approaches to creating and delivering community based theatre arts projects in Northern Ireland, involving participants at every stage and level of activity.
Young Aspects 16 Jul 2007
Funding would be used to develop the festival's education programme (Young Aspects) through the expansion of outreach work in schools and the launch of a pilot study working with communities in two local estates.
Wall2Wall Music 07 Jul 2008
A new programme of music participation initiatives for young people in Derry - in and outside of school, adapting the Musical Futures principles to local needs and fitting within an existing programme of events.
To enable Stuart Bailie to make the transition from volunteer to Chief Executive of Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast, a dedicated warehouse space for young people where music can be performed, recorded, written, taught, expressed and enjoyed.