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Results

UK Youth and Community Work Policy and Practice Seminars 08 Jan 2018

The Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work is a member organisation that represents the interests of academics, educators and researchers in the sector. This grant will support the delivery of a series of seminars to profile current responses involving youth and community work and to encourage collaboration between universities and practice agencies across the UK.

Learning Films: Using the Law for Social Justice 22 Jan 2018

Just for Kids Law delivers holistic, client-led support to children and young people through innovative, community-based legal representation, advocacy and opportunities programme. The organisation drives systemic change through strategic litigation and policy reform. This grant supported the creation of three new films that demonstrate how the law can be used as a tool for social justice. The series reflects on lessons from a legal case concerning young people whose immigration status prevented access to student loans.

Amount: £10,500
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Just for Kids Law
Region: London
District: Islington London Boro

Taking Organise tools from proof of concept to sustainable model 29 Jan 2018

This grant will provide core support towards an emerging platform that facilitates networking and campaigning related to workers’ rights. The project will focus on building a network of workers, creating organising tools and resources and developing a bank of evidence on the experiences of workers in different sectors.

Amount: £15,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Organise
Region: London
District: Hackney London Boro

Odyssey: Tube stations that connect people as well as places 01 Feb 2018

Alice Sachrajda and Alex Glennie believe that public places could do more to inspire creativity and support people to live well together. They plan to share stories about people living and working in local communities, starting with a pilot in Oval tube station. Working closely with photographers and illustrators, they will collect and exhibit people’s stories about their identities.

Amount: £10,150
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Alice Sachrajda

Illustrious 01 Feb 2018

Hannah Ross will pilot a new approach to arts-based workshops that accommodates the access needs of participants and arts practitioners living with chronic illness. The focus of the workshops will vary, with an emphasis on film throughout. The project will explore how to create a support network for chronically ill people, whilst raising awareness for invisible disabilities.

Amount: £10,200
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Hannah Ross

Careleaves: helping children-in-care to store and access their life stories digitally 01 Feb 2018

Jason and Samara Jones-Hall are foster carers who want to create a digital solution for children-in-care to safely develop, store and access their life stories. They believe this can help solve practical issues, as well as enhancing children-in-care’s sense of identity by allowing them to develop their own life story as an ongoing process. This grant will support consultation and research into policy, legal and technical frameworks.

Hack the Book 01 Feb 2018

Dr Carl Towler is a teacher and academic researcher, concerned with exploring the connection between a young person’s socio-economic background and how they negotiate complexity in a text. Hack the Book is an interactive digital story designed to explore dispositions and attitudes to complexity. Working collaboratively, the objective is for young people to actively engage with ambiguity in fictional settings to support them to develop the skills and understanding needed to manage ambiguity in real-life settings, like the work place.

Amount: £11,800
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Carl Towler

Self-defence through humour: New tools for defending mental health 01 Feb 2018

Dr Amy Pollard will develop a resource to help young people use humour to protect themselves against threats to their mental health. She will develop ideas through workshops that enable young people to design tools that meet their needs. The project aims to help users recognise a wider range of options in how they can respond to difficult situations, and support them to choose between these options with more confidence.

Amount: £12,075
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Dr Amy Pollard

The Social Health App improving the lives of cancer patients. 01 Feb 2018

Careviz is a tech for good company that aims to improve the lives of cancer patients. This grant will support the organisation to develop a free app to help patients to connect with family and friends, monitor symptoms and access wellbeing products.

Amount: £12,150
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Careviz

EU Withdrawal Bill Co-ordination 26 Feb 2018

This grant will continue to support the coordination function for work on the EU Withdrawal Bill. This will support advocacy groups to collaborate across a wide range of sectors including human rights, environment, consumer, workers’ rights, equality, democracy, transparency, food, farming and trade to ensure that the interests of these communities can be fully heard as the UK prepares to leave the EU.

Young People and the Effects of Brexit 26 Feb 2018

The Mix is the UK’s leading digital charity providing holistic multi-channel support for young people’s well-being using digital and mobile channels. This grant will support The Mix to explore and develop an understanding of the issues, opinions and awareness of children and young people around the effects of Brexit on EU citizens living the UK.

Amount: £10,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: The Mix
Region: London
District: City and County of the City of London

Animated Poetry with Pupils New to English 26 Feb 2018

Ilkley Literature Festival is the north of England’s largest literary festival and runs a year-round programme with community groups, families and young people. This project will explore how combining creative-writing techniques, visual arts and digital technology in four secondary schools around Leeds and Bradford can deepen and enhance engagement in and expression through creative writing for newly-arrived young people who are new to the English language.

Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018

Youth Focus: North East is a regional youth charity, providing support to the youth sector across the North East, and working directly with young people. This grant will support the organisation to explore options for working differently to provide robust regional infrastructure and support investment in youth services in the North East.

Amount: £30,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Youth Focus North East
Region: North East
District: Gateshead District

Additional package of support 2017-18 (part of the Growth Fund support) 26 Feb 2018

Leap Confronting Conflict empowers vulnerable young people to make changes in their lives by supporting them to gain a greater understanding of themselves and their relationship with conflict. Leap designs and delivers training programmes for young people, organisations and professionals working with them and supports policy and practice changes that respond to young people’s needs. This grant will support organisational growth and development as part of the Growth Fund annual package of support.

Amount: £36,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Leap Confronting Conflict
Region: London
District: Islington London Boro

Create, Aspire, Transform: North Northumberland Schools Cultural Education Leadership Programme 26 Feb 2018

Berwick Visual Arts offers a programme of exhibitions, artist residencies and projects. Working with two schools in the North Northumberland Creative Schools Cluster, this programme will explore how a programme of visual-arts focused continuing professional development and an artist-led residency can facilitate teachers’ leadership and commitment to prioritising cultural education. The programme aims to raise attainment in literacy, language and communication, particularly for pupils experiencing disadvantage.

Amount: £40,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Berwick Visual Arts
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Additional package of support 2017-18 (part of the Growth Fund support) 26 Feb 2018

Just for Kids Law is a legal charity working with vulnerable young people, supporting them to understand their rights and providing specialist advocacy and representation through their youth-led service model. This grant will support organisational growth and development as part of the Growth Fund annual package of support.

Amount: £40,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Just for Kids Law
Region: London
District: Islington London Boro

Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018

Redthread is a youth work charity focused on well-being and delivering pioneering work in youth violence intervention. This grant will support the organisation to create capacity for development, explore their potential as a change agent focused on violence as a public health issue, and build readiness for investment.

Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018

Cypher App, formerly Silent Secret, is a youth led social network app which allows young people between the ages of 11 and 19 to share their thoughts and feelings anonymously in a safe and non-judgemental space. This grant supports organisational and business development, including working in partnership with MIND and maximising additional funding streams.

Amount: £50,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Cypher App
Region: London
District: Barking and Dagenham London Boro

Scaling Access to Immigration Advice 26 Feb 2018

Centre for the Acceleration of Social Technology (CAST) works to create a more responsive, resilient and digitally-enabled social sector, supporting non-profits to embed digital, research and design-led approaches and working with sector leaders, funders and government. This programme will see CAST partner with the Cardinal Hume Centre to develop a digital service that provides scalable and transparent immigration advice.

Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018

Clan Childlaw is a law centre for children and young people in Scotland providing free legal representation outreach services, training and policy work. This grant will support core operational capacity and maximise the opportunity of recent investment by developing strategic and growth ambitions.

Amount: £50,000
Funder: Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Recipient: Clan Childlaw Ltd
Region: Scotland
District: City of Edinburgh