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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 03 Apr 2020
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Contribution to growth plans 27 Feb 2017
Move On’s growth plans include diversifying income and developing their offer to include establishing a Centre of Excellency for Mentoring. They aim to increase the number of young people they work with, develop new approached to meet their needs and increase organisational resilience.
Project Ability is a visual arts charity working with disabled children, and learning disabled adults and those with mental health problems, at its central Glasgow studio. Through a programme of artist-led activities and exhibitions, it aims to develop participants’ creative skills, to improve their wellbeing and confidence and to support their development as artists – bringing their work to wider audiences. Project Ability seeks to pilot and evaluate satellite versions of its studio in different communities, to improve the evidence base for its work and to understand how best to extend its model.
Who Cares? Scotland supports the voice of care experienced people across Scotland through individual advocacy support, group participation activities and campaigning. A new Director of Operations will enhance the capacity of the senior leadership team, allowing the organisation to effectively manage the 1000 Voices campaign and influence the upcoming ‘Root and Branch’ review of the care system in Scotland.
MTG Engage - increasing arts access and participation by learning disabled people as participants, artists and audiences 18 Jul 2017
Delivered in partnership with seven theatre venues, this initiative seeks to increase arts access and participation by learning disabled people as participants, artists and audiences. The programme aims to embed inclusive practice within each venue and strengthen local networks of provision.
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.
This grant will provide additional support to disseminate learning from Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
Scottish Refugee Council provides advice and support, and campaigns for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum in Scotland. This project will research the educational and well-being needs of separated young people (aged 16-18) in Scotland. It will also consider how to improve and share Glasgow Clyde College’s innovative “16+English for Speakers of Other Languages” programme model with other education providers.
Playful Tiger/ Sound Symphony 14 May 2018
Barrowland Ballet is a contemporary dance theatre company based in Glasgow. Working with participants in three Additional Support Needs schools and eight venues, the organisation will explore ways that sound and movement can provide authentic artistic participatory experiences for children and young people with complex support needs. The process will inform the narrative and structure of upcoming productions.
Who Cares? Scotland works with children and young people with experience of the care system in Scotland to help them to speak out and access the rights to which they are entitled. The organisation focuses on influencing the people, cultures and systems that will positively affect the quality of life for care-experienced people. This grant will provide core funding to help them build on their advocacy work, ahead of the root and branch review of the care system in Scotland.
JustRight Scotland is a charitable group of human rights lawyers based in Scotland working towards a new model of collaborative social justice. Through this grant, JustRight Scotland will build a legal advice, policy and research hub, bringing together migration expertise and analysis to inform individuals, organisations and policymakers during the Brexit transition.
Community Filmmakers Project 16 May 2007
The Community Filmmakers Project will broaden opportunities for disenfranchised and asylum communities, by teaching filmmaking skills and encouraging talent to tell and screen their stories.
Young Carers Arts Project 25 Jul 2007
To provide the opportunity for young people leaving care to participate in arts activities in a way that is responsive to their needs and abilities.
Music & Media Initiative 23 May 2007
Music & Media Initiative that will integrate young people from various areas throughout Greater Easterhouse through a common goal and shared interest.
Peer Tutoring Project 12 Nov 2007
To build on a pilot peer tutoring project between primary and secondary school pupils aimed at increasing attainment whilst tackling exclusion and truancy.
Separated Children Support Programme 06 Jun 2006
This three-year pilot project seeks to improve the reception, living circumstances and integration of unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Scotland.
Argyll & Bute Outreach Week - September 2006 20 Apr 2006
Outreach and education project in Argyll and Bute inolving young people, teachers and communities in 5 locations including two islands.
Scottish Ballet Education 2006-2009 27 Mar 2007
Support for the new education strategy over three years, aimed at engaging a wide range of people with Scottish Ballet's work and dance as an art form.
Scottish Sports Futures 27 Mar 2007
The project aims to give groups of young people, age 16+, the opportunity to undertake a four week couse to train as basketball coaches, resulting in obtaining a formal qualification as a Level 1 sports coach.