- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2012
- Latest award date
- 17 Dec 2012
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Community Youth Mediation Project 06 Nov 2012
Youth mediators aged 17-19 will develop speaking and listening skills and provide a conflict resolution service in Southwark schools and the wider community.
A two year pilot working closely with six clusters of secondary schools across England to develop, test, and roll-out a peer-led speaking and listening training programme to support broader and more inclusive take-up of student voice opportunities.
Young Communication Leaders 06 Nov 2012
A two year pilot to launch a new national network of young 'communication leaders' to play a key role in tackling the communication issues that they, their siblings, their family and friends experience.
The Hackney Pirates 21 Feb 2012
An enterprising out-of-school l learning programme where young people receive one-to-one attention to improve their literacy and creativity by working on real-world creative products
Europe Meets the Roma 21 Feb 2012
England: Ipswich,Walthamstow, Sunderland, Kent, Derbyshire. Art project exploring identity, personal histories and cultural heritage of Roman and English Romany in order to increase integration between themselves and their communities.
Research to explore the scope for, and implications of, volunteering by young ex-prisoners, with a view to creating practical, evidence-based guidance and policy recommendations.
3-year England and Wales scale up of DigiSmart, an engaging literacy and ICT intervention targeting 20,000 at-risk Year 5 students. Teacher feedback to date is that DigiSmart strategies are having a positive impact on classroom behaviour and incidences of truancy in addition to its expected literacy gains; LIFT now wants to develop its intervention in relation to growing national evidence base linking low primary-age literacy to an increased likelihood of truancy and exclusion in secondary school.
Launch of YPI in Northern Ireland, to pilot in 15 schools over three years, giving young people a 'hands-on' experience of giving whilst developing their communication and presentation skills
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 support the 2013 festival, bringing together leading vocal groups and singers of all backgrounds and abilities, and inspiring potential singers to get involved.
Investment in SHS' IT capacity to enable new forms of delivery and support to school-home link workers through IT (such as online training modules and membership services) as part of the organisation's remodelling and scale up plans
Deafinitely Little and Youth Drama Projects 06 Feb 2012
Two-year funding to engage deaf children and young people aged 14-24 with theatre, through fully accessible workshops, performance opportunities and theatre productions - building on successful pilots to develop new on-going strands of work.
Future Stages 21 Feb 2012
Participatory arts intervention supporting those at risk of social exclusion and offending, focusing on early intervention, transition and work force development in non-arts setting.
New CITIZENS Organising Team 15 May 2012
New CITIZENS Organising Team Expansion and development of existing organising work, to build community organising amongst UK's diaspora communities.
Boys Ready for Learning Project 17 Jul 2012
Early intervention programme to target boys in KS 1 who "stand out" and are at risk of underachieving to address behaviour that leads to truancy and/or exclusion
Reforming Youth Justice 24 Jul 2012
Increasing capacity to sustain the independent voice of the youth justice sector at a time of significant change; delivering a two year campaign to reform the youth justice system so that it delivers social justice for children in trouble, their families and communities, and wider society.