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- Earliest award date
- 08 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 17 Dec 2018
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Core support over two years 04 Dec 2018
Copenhagen Youth Project provides a safe, youth-led space for young people in the Caledonian Road and Barnsbury area – an area which is amongst the 20% most deprived areas nationally. The organisation runs a range of events and activities to help young people experiencing disadvantage to learn, develop and build a positive future.
The Cripplegate Foundation work to transform the lives of Islington’s most disadvantaged residents, by developing effective partnerships with local and national organisations to bring more resources into the area. Islington Giving works closely with local people and organisations to change lives for the better. They give grants to local voluntary organisations to provide support and activities to residents, shining a light on the issues of poverty and inequality and harnessing resources to address them.
Endowment to Coram Children's Legal Centre 04 Dec 2018
Founded in 1739, Coram has a vision for every child to have the best possible chance to live a fulfilling life. The organisation supports children and young people from their earliest days to make often difficult transitions to adulthood. Their work focuses on children whose rights are jeopardised, children who are without their birth parents because they were abused or neglected; and children who have fled conflict to seek safe haven in our communities. This contribution to Coram’s existing endowment fund will support work on children’s rights and children’s voice.
COMPAS is a multi-disciplinary migration research centre based at the University of Oxford. Established in 2003 within the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, it has an international reputation for undertaking research and generating new evidence and analysis on migration and integration issues. A ten-year grant, index-linked to mitigate the impact of inflation, will underpin the work of the Directors of the Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity and Migration Observatory.
This grant will support the development of Supply Change, a digital marketplace connecting public sector commissioners with vetted social enterprises. The project aims to increase the social value of public sector supply chains and to drive social impact in communities.
Political Punch-Up 29 Nov 2018
Shout Out UK is a youth-led network that provides a platform to debate and discuss the world young people want to live in on and offline. Through this grant, Shout Out UK aims to run a series of sporting events which pit political figures against each other for charity as a way of engaging more young people in politics.
Fat Macy's is a catering social enterprise that works with people experiencing homelessness living in temporary accommodation. This grant will support a feasibility study exploring innovative solutions to the challenges around temporary accomodation.
The Memory Lounge (working title) 29 Nov 2018
SPUD delivers participatory projects that enable audiences to engage with art, the environment and architecture. Through this grant, SPUD will develop a mobile workshop space that offers people with dementia and their families the opportunity to explore their creativity and self-expression with professional artists.
Benjamin Morgan co-founded North East London Migrant Action and Akwaaba, a social centre for people who have migrated to London. Through this grant, he will scope and pilot a curriculum of rights education through participatory arts with at risk migrant communities in East London. He also aims to co-develop a toolkit to support grassroots groups across the UK to produce their own creative responses to social injustice.
Rhymes Reimagined 29 Nov 2018
Rosie Adediran is an experienced singing teacher and musical director based in East London. Through this grant, she will scope and develop an online platform offering high quality resources, songs and training for families and staff in settings such as children’s centres and play groups.
Dr Katja Frimberger, an independent researcher and former educator, and Simon Bishopp, a filmmaker and animator, will develop and pilot a filmmaking programme tailored to the learning needs of care-experienced young people in Scotland. Participants will be supported to create their own animated films using performance capture technology and in the process develop new skills, emotional literacy and confidence.
Mind Monsters: A Game of Life 29 Nov 2018
Hazel Gale is an internationally published author and master practitioner of cognitive hypnotherapy, clinical hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming. Through this grant, she will develop Mind Monsters - a smartphone app that combines game elements and digital storytelling with evidence-based tools to promote young people's emotional resilience and mental health.
Emma Norton, a solicitor and human rights campaigner, aims to scope out and set up the Centre for Military Justice. The centre will offer advocacy, legal advice and representation for UK military personnel and their families, work with external organisations, including the defence establishment, and bring together likeminded campaign and support groups to support mutual learning.
Introducing a Black Curriculum 29 Nov 2018
Lavinya Stennett, a young graduate specialising in African studies and development, aims to develop a curriculum that focuses on the realities and experiences of Black British people, incorporating a number of teaching methods and art forms. She plans to introduce the programme into various educational spaces and to develop a number of versions of the curriculum to suit different age groups.
Scoping a new startup on political psychology 29 Nov 2018
This grant will support the scoping and development of a start-up ‘think and do tank’ at the interface of psychology and politics to address the psychological roots that can lead to political polarisation. The project will explore new approaches to rebuilding common ground across polarised groups, including in the migration and climate change debates.
Our Minds, Our Future: Supporting Youth Rights Advocates for Mental Health with diverse training 21 Nov 2018
Youth Access is a representative body that champions young people’s right to access local, high quality, evidence-informed advice, counselling and support services. This grant will go towards improving the charity’s Rights Advocates Training Programme and linking young people with those in power in an effort to increase the reach and impact of the Our Minds, Our Future mental health campaign.
UpRising supports young people from diverse backgrounds to take up leadership positions across politics, business, and the public and voluntary sectors. This grant will fund a Campaigns and Engagement Officer to develop UpRising’s alumni networks in ongoing social action once its leadership programmes end.
Sustainability and Development of The Thing 21 Nov 2018
The Warren of Hull offers free support, guidance, training, music, education and counselling services to young people in Hull. This grant will fund the development of The Thing, the youth-led empowerment and governance structure at the heart of The Warren. Funding will go towards the salary of an Empowerment Support Worker and a Digital Media Campaign Facilitator as well as digital media and marketing resources, film-making facilities, workshops, publishing, and a contribution to mental health support.
The Advocacy Academy runs a six-month Social Justice Fellowship for young people who are passionate about making a difference in the world. This grant will support the organisation to hire a Programme Director to focus on developing its model and deepening impact.
Northern Ireland Youth Forum is a youth-led charity that represents the voices of young people to government and other decision makers. This grant will go towards the development of a Leadership Studio for young activists in central Belfast. The grant will also fund the employment of a ‘Relentless Youth Worker’ who will deliver programmes to young people experiencing disadvantage, enabling them to become catalysts for change in their own communities and nationally.