- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 07 Jul 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
A grant to Helen Bamber Foundation 07 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £50,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 5 years). Helen Bamber Foundation provides a multi-disciplinary integrated model of care for survivors of human trafficking and torture. The survivors with whom they work have experienced the worst kind of atrocities, including state-sponsored torture, human trafficking, religious and political persecution, forced labour, sexual exploitation, gender-based and honour-based violence.
A grant to Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID 07 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £25,000. Bail for Immigration Detainees challenges immigration detention by providing free legal advice, information and representation to people held in detention across the UK.
A grant to Humanists UK 07 Jul 2020
A restricted grant of £15,000 towards training and placement support for humanist pastoral carers in prisons (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). Humanists UK aims to advance Humanism (i.e. a non-religious ethical life stance) and promotion of equality, non-discrimination, and the protection of human rights.
A grant to Refugee Action 07 Jul 2020
A restricted grant of £200,000 towards the COVID-19 Respond and Adapt Programme. A pooled fund to support the immigration sector in its response to COVID-19
A grant to Law Centres Network 07 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £50,000 (This grant is renewable - year 2 of up to 5 years). The Law Centres Network supports a national network of Law Centres which deliver legal advice, casework and representation to defend those most vulnerable and disadvantaged in local communities. It is the national voice of Law Centres, and provides practical support to its members.
A grant to Camden Community Law Centre 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). Camden Community Law Centre delivers free independent legal advice to its local community, aiming to reach the most vulnerable and socially excluded.
A restricted grant of £15,000 towards the core costs of the EQUAL project. EQUAL aims to address poorer outcomes experienced by BAME groups and Muslims in the Criminal Justice System, and help those involves in development and delivery of criminal justice practice and policy to create a fairer system.
A grant to Birth Companions 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Birth Companions offers practical and emotional support to pregnant women and new mothers affected by the criminal justice system in prisons and the community
A grant to The Zahid Mubarek Trust 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. ZMT delivers service delivery activities, including scrutinising processes and discrimination complaints and data in prisons, prisoner advocacy and support to BAME prisoners, as well as influencing policy developments and systems change on race/ equality issues in prisons.
A grant to Student Action for Refugees 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £10,000. Student Action for Refugees (STAR) is the national movement of university and college students which aims to create a society where refugees and asylum seekers are welcomed and able to thrive. They work to secure policy change, opening up access to university and by educating students about refugees and asylum to create a more welcoming society
A grant to Young Roots 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Young Roots works with young refugees and asylum seekers in London to reduce their social isolation, improve mental health, increase their access to rights and entitlements, and improve their confidence and communication skills.
A grant to Maslaha 02 Jul 2020
A restricted grant of £15,000 towards criminal justice programme, activities and associated core costs. Maslaha aims to increase awareness, promote equality and to change and challenge the conditions that create inequalities for Muslim communities. Within the criminal justice sector, it delivers activities to influence policy makers, carrying out research projects and sharing learning.
A grant to Afghan Association Paiwand 02 Jul 2020
A restricted grant of £15,000 towards the Community Advocacy project. The Community Advocacy project works with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to provide holistic, client centred advice and casework on issues in housing, welfare benefits, legal and health.
A grant to Disability Law Service 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). DLS provides free legal help, advice and representation for disabled people and their carers, and related policy work.
A grant to Detention Action 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). Detention Action provide practical and emotional support to people detained in the Harmondsworth and Colnbrook, and Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centres (IRCs) and people held under immigration powers in London prisons.
An unrestricted grant of £10,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). The Baobab Centre is a non-residential therapeutic community supporting vulnerable young asylum seekers and refugees who have experienced human rights abuses.
A grant to North Kensington Law Centre 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). North Kensington Law Centre provides free and low-cost legal advice and representation in the areas of immigration, welfare, housing, employment, and criminal defence.
A grant to Tower Hamlets Law Centre 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000 (This grant is renewable - year 1 of up to 3 years). Tower Hamlets Law Centre (THLC) provides specialist legal advice and representation services in housing, immigration, welfare benefits and employment law.
A grant to INQUEST 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. INQUEST provides expertise on state related deaths and their investigation. It delivers casework to support bereaved families, family participation activities and related policy and parliamentary work.
A grant to Mary Ward Legal Centre 02 Jul 2020
An unrestricted grant of £15,000. Mary Ward Legal Centre provides access to justice for people on low incomes in London through the provision of free legal advice and representation in the areas of housing, debt, and welfare benefits.