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- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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Küche 06 Jan 2017
Deborah May is setting up Küche, a Glasgow-based venture that uses food and cooking to bring together the city’s diverse communities. Küche aims to promote integration among Glasgow’s migrant, refugee and host communities, celebrate multiculturalism, combat social isolation and work with local refugee and migrant chefs to promote their employability. With PHF funding, Deborah will curate a series of pop-up food events in collaboration with local refugee and migrant chefs; and she plans to set up four permanent locations for community canteens in different corners of the city.
Transformers 06 Jan 2017
A grant towards Transformers, a workforce development initiative aimed at people in mid-career, working in any Museum Association accredited museum (or museum working towards accreditation), looking to change the way they work. Participants are challenged to develop new ways of thinking and supported to engage with experimental ideas, fresh thinking and new learning.
Continued delivery of Brighter Futures and WINGS as well as development of a Learning Journey/Plan and refinement of Praxis's group-work strategy to inform future direction and potential applications.
'Making Tracks' - North West 30 Jan 2017
The project will pilot ‘Making Tracks’ in Manchester alongside a programme of practitioner training for the musical workforce in partnership with Theatre in Prisons and Probation. Four projects will engage 10 – 15 young people who are NEET or marginalised in a creative programme structured over 4 -6 weeks.
Studio Space 30 Jan 2017
This project will co-develop a new participatory programme with community partners and artists as the museum works towards redisplaying its Anthropology collection and the opening of a new gallery. It will trial co-production working groups for 10 months with community and museum group members, which will be peer reviewed by wider community groups and visitor responses. An external evaluator will develop an evaluation framework based on the key points of enquiry.
MEMap 02 Feb 2017
Based on his personal experience of CFS/ME and expertise as a software developer, Steven Shaw wants to create a website and linked app which enables people with CFS/ME to share the experience of peers who have achieved progress or success with improving their health. The app would model that success into a personalised tool allowing users to try change management themselves. The tech encapsulates good practice that patients have experienced via various coaching or therapeutic approaches and establishes a new role for tech, addressing the shortcomings patients have reported concerning standard treatments. The intent is a step-change in therapy tech.
Reign Pioneers are a group of young women (19-25) from Manchester who are survivors of child sexual exploitation (CSE). They plan to provide front line staff (social workers, police, teachers etc.) with effective, honest, survivor-led training about the realities of CSE. Based on their own experiences, they know what questions staff should ask young survivors, how to build trust, what works and what doesn't. They will use their insider knowledge and experience, passion, and credibility with young people and within their communities, to ensure that survivors no longer feel alone or are made to feel ashamed - harbouring a dirty secret. They want to ensure that services are led and informed by young people who have lived through the experience of CSE.
Amy Win founded Cook Inspire Change to provide education, employability and enterprise programmes to young people who face challenging circumstances in the Greater Manchester area. With PHF funding, Amy will produce e-learning tools based on two programmes that she will develop and deliver: 'Ready Set Sell' and the 'Food Enterprise Programme'. The Ready Set Sell will prepare young people who are not in employment or those with previous criminal convictions or substance dependency for entry-level jobs in the food industry. The Food Enterprise Programme will support young people to set up their own food businesses. The overall aim of her idea is to develop online resources that will disseminate learning from her programmes, in order that young people can be encouraged to generate a sustainable income, to invest in their own community and nurture food sustainability and accessibility.
Citizen disengagement - lessons for funders 27 Feb 2017
A short research and provocation paper looking at how funders can work together and improve their responses to citizen disenfranchisement in Europe
Contintuation of the ArtWorks North East partnership and develop the next phase of activity between March and December 2017 27 Feb 2017
Funding will support ArtWorks North East to continue to offer the important networking opportunities that artists have benefited from and appreciated and consolidate activity.
Story Nation 27 Feb 2017
Ministry of Stories is a creative writing and mentoring centre for children and young people based in east London. This support will underpin the role and work of the Ministry's National Producer to extend its methodology nationally. Building from the success of its work in east London, the National Producer will create new partnerships and sustainable ways of supporting and developing writing by more children and young people across the country.
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.
Founded as a project of the Pallant House Gallery in 2006, Outside In supports the engagement of marginalised people across the UK who find it hard to access the mainstream visual arts world due to disability, health or social circumstance. It provides a vital platform for marginalised artists' work via high profile exhibitions, and addresses wider barriers to inclusion via training, advocacy and partnerships. This grant supports the first two years of Outside In's operation as an independent charitable body, to help it develop its long-term sustainability as it grows its reach, impact and profile.
Pop Up want to change both the writing culture in their partner schools and children’s attitudes towards writing, by motivating them to write for enjoyment. Over three years, they want to deepen their relationships with 33 schools in four geographical clusters in England and establish two new clusters in Wales (in partnership with Literature Wales), all in areas of socio-economic deprivation. They want to deliver better, deeper continuing professional development and learning (CPDL) for teachers alongside an improved online presence and resources. They also want to evaluate this work in order to share learning across the sector and raise awareness of the importance of writing for pleasure at policy level.
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.
This grant supports policy and core work on the regularisation of children who have migrated to the UK.
Tinker Lab 06 Apr 2017
Jonathan Hartley has a background in teaching, entertainment and using technology in performance. He is committed to sharing his digital and technical skills to create a programme that blends technology with play, supporting intergenerational groups to learn and share their skills with one another. With the support of 4 Steps CIC, Jonathan will create a ‘Tinker Lab’ designed to inspire, engage and develop the technological skills of the local community in Burnage.
Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT) supports people in recovery from addiction to transform their lives and to share recovery stories with the wider public through dance, performance and creativity. Through this grant, FADT will explore a new approach to enable people with complex needs to participate in the entire process of creating and publicly performing a dance theatre piece and will test how to increase interaction with audiences.
UK Youth Voice in Action 08 May 2017
UK Youth provides infrastructure support to an extensive network of regional youth organisations and umbrella groups across England. Over the next three years, UK Youth will radically revamp its Youth Voice function to develop a new peer led model and complementary online platform offering a range of participation and leadership opportunities to 70,000 young people. The learning and content generated from this activity will be used to influence the organisation’s practice, develop campaigns and influence policy at local and national levels.
Supporting the lives of young transgender people 08 May 2017
Gendered Intelligence is a Community Interest Company supporting young transgender people and their support networks. The grant will contribute to the salaries of the CEO and two facilitators and will enable Gendered Intelligence to strengthen its internal processes and ensure robust quality assurance across its three locations.