- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 26 Jun 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Together with are Stronger & United 02 Oct 2018
The project will host community youth and sports festival (Feb, April May School Holidays), lead and organised by local young people but supported by local youth and community organisations.
Be the Change ... Health & Wellbeing 04 Jun 2019
The project will provide various sports, health and wellbeing activities to targeted young people to enhance and develop their personal circumstances and raise awareness of mental health, drugs through the power of sports.
Summer in the Park Programme 11 Jul 2019
The project will host four weeks of summer holiday activities for local children, young people and their families to bring all kinds of communities / people together.
Volunteering at Camley Street 21 May 2020
This funding is for the delivery of outdoor volunteering sessions at Camley Street Natural Park (CSNP), which will enable local people to meet their Camden neighbours, whilst improving their wellbeing.
#FightTogether Bringing young women and girls together to fight inactivity, loneliness and self doubt. 21 May 2020
This funding is for equipment and technology for remote sessions, gym hire, coach and administration time and boxing equipment.
Bloomsbury Football Foundation 26 Jun 2020
The funding will support a programme of football training for girls aged 7-15 within Camden to provide both an introduction to football and also a regular programme of free football training. The programme will bring together girls from a range of socio and economic backgrounds to participate in the programme.
CGD will explore bold, new migration and integration policy options for the UK government in light of the UK’s decision to leave the EU, in consultation with expert stakeholders. These will be presented to government officials and others in positions of influence to inform progressive change in migration and integration policy.
Local actions to promote social cohesion 24 Oct 2016
The British Academy will produce a collection of essays exploring different elements of social integration. The collection would bring academic viewpoints and research on social integration together with examples of practical interventions and activities that have been shown to make significant positive impact. The British Academy will be working with a range of stakeholders to look for solutions that can be implemented at a local level by local councils, businesses or voluntary sector organisations to promote integration.
IPPR will work with local authorities and other actors in three areas to co-produce strategies to shore up resilience. IPPR will carry out a community research programme aimed at gaining a deep understanding of the dynamics that drive local concerns about migration in these areas and which factors enable or block the process of integration for migrants. IPPR will work with local actors to map key assets within the local community that can be mobilised by local policymakers, and will co-host a series of deliberative workshops with residents aimed at engaging local actors to build strategies that can have local support. Finally, IPPR will provide sources of good international and domestic practice, and will give them access to an exchange network to enable them to share experience and learn from others facing similar challenges, including via a trans-Atlantic learning exchange with the ‘Welcoming Cities’ programme in the US.
This programme, which is a collaboration between the RSA and the Education Endowment Foundation, will evaluate the impact of cultural learning on young people's academic and non-cognitive development. The aim is to develop an evidence base that will help to ensure that young people, particularly from the most disadvantaged backgrounds, have the opportunity through cultural learning to develop the knowledge, skills and cultural capital to lead fulfilled lives.
Citizen disengagement - lessons for funders 27 Feb 2017
A short research and provocation paper looking at how funders can work together and improve their responses to citizen disenfranchisement in Europe
Contribution to growth plans 27 Feb 2017
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. As experts in digital engagement and provision for young people, they aim to be the ‘go to’ platform for all young people, reaching 3 million by 2018/19. This funding will support their growth plans.
A National Conversation on Immigration 27 Feb 2017
A National Conversation delivered by British Future in partnership with HOPE not Hate and the parliamentary Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC). Drawing on their previous experience in the UK, and deploying public engagement methodologies, British Future and HOPE not Hate want to involve the public in the debate on immigration, through a National Conversation on Immigration. The project has been invited to work alongside the parliamentary HASC, who are undertaking an 18 month-long inquiry on the future direction of immigration policy. This inquiry has invited written evidence and MPs will also visit 12 locations in all regions and nations of the UK to hear evidence from local stakeholders. Feeding into the HASC inquiry, British Future and HOPE Not Hate will ensure that a cross-section of the public are engaged in the HASC inquiry and contribute to emerging policy recommendations. This will comprise an open online survey, nationally representative polling, 60 citizens’ panels and 60 stakeholder meetings in different parts of the UK. This work will include a specific focus on engaging young people, both in the citizens’ panels and the polling.
Paines Plough are committed to developing UK playwrights and touring high quality new shows to reach as many people across the country as possible through small and medium-scale touring. This grant will support Plaines Ploughs’ continued work with 30 venues in a small-scale touring circuit with an increased focus on building young audiences and a more sustainable touring model. Paines Plough will dissemination learning to the sector and broker relationships between other touring companies and circuit venues.
To fund an Impact Incubator that will build collaborations to develop systems-changing models to entrenched social problems.
RightsInfo will test and evaluate a targeted digital media approach to public education and engagement on human rights, with a focus on migrants’ rights. Translating methods used in private sector marketing, they will test the effectiveness of a behaviour change model that is designed to shift views amongst ‘neutral but persuadable’ groups. It will be tested in two cities that voted leave and remain in the European Union referendum.