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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 13 Mar 2019
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Supporting young people to make change happen 07 Nov 2016
UpRising is a youth leadership charity opening pathways to power for talented young people from diverse and under-represented backgrounds. The grant was for increasing the central capacity in preparation for further growth in reach, rolling out of the ‘Find Your Power’ programme and social franchising of the model.
New Horizons in British Islam engages in critical discussions around Muslim identity, tradition and reform to provide a positive vision of what it means to be Muslim today. To strengthen integration so that communities can live well together, the organisation seeks to use arts and culture to cultivate different perspectives of Islam in Britain. This grant will support a part-time Art Co-ordinator to explore this idea and will fund an activities budget.
Media Movers is a pilot programme to test On Road Media’s “interaction” method to improve coverage of media relating to young people who migrate. The programme will identify and introduce activists with lived experience directly to journalists. On Road will also design a bespoke media and self-care training course for the network of young activists.
Centrepoint Youth Educators' Project in the North East A peer educator's project, based in Northumbria, which trains and supports ex-offenders and young parents to deliver homelessness prevention programmes to vulnerable young people in schools and custody and service deliverers. Centrepoint wish to expand the project in order to engage a wider group of marginalised young people including young mothers and mothers to be.
Cultural Warriors Programme 09 Jul 2008
A three year grant to support the Director to strategically develop the organisation in order to maximise the impact of PPP's Favela to the World project. Working with partners throughout England, PPP aims to create arts projects that take young people from their local contexts to national and international stages. PPP seek to empower a new sense of young people's mobility in the world and challenge perceptions that contribute to their exclusion.
The Artistic Director post will drive forward crucial objectives, including: demonstrating that disabled musicians have high artistic aspirations and can attain musical excellence; challenging narrow views of what disabled musicians can achieve; and promoting disabled artists' work to a national audience.
Breakthrough Fund - The Creative Stock Exchange 18 Mar 2008
The grant will enable Nii Sackey to create the 'Creative Stock Exchange', a dynamic and vibrant environment to incubate and encourage young creative enterprise in the UK through a platform that will embody the spirit of Bigga Fish - providing opportunities for young people to express themselves creatively, learn about enterprise and ultimately market and sell their talents/services/products to a wider audience.
Grant made under the PHF Supported Options Initiative to support young people with irrelgular immigration status in the UK.
Sanctuary Screenings 21 Mar 2016
Fuse Art Space want to run a series of film screenings tailored to specific asylum seeking groups to explore whether this provides a low pressure entry point to engage in the native cultural life of Bradford. Whilst there are avenues for newly arrived asylum seekers to actively participate in local activities, this would provide an opportunity for people with lower confidence levels to integrate themselves into the city’s social and cultural spaces at their own pace and on their own terms.
A grant will support a core team to progress a collective impact initiative for organisations working with young people. The aim is to bring a group of organisations together to explore how they may pursue transformative change for young people.
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.
Following 25 years of successful arts engagement with those affected by homelessness, Cardboard Citizens seeks to develop its ‘wraparound model’ to meet the increasing demand and complex needs of members. It will further enhance recruitment, induction and progression routes as well as improving evaluation of its long-term impact.
LIFT Tottenham - Audience Development 18 May 2018
This grant will help LIFT Festival to test different approaches to overcoming identified barriers to engagement, and to better evaluate and understand the impact of its LIFT Tottenham programme.
Spark Arts for Children runs performing and visual arts education projects to support children to discover, enjoy and celebrate the arts. Through this grant, Spark Arts will explore and test a programme of experiential learning and teaching strategies built around an annual children's festival. The initiative aims to develop teacher’s skills and confidence in arts-based learning and to give children high quality theatre experiences to enhance their learning and development.
The Pop Up Schools Programme 16 Jul 2012
Delivery of the Pop Up Schools model to 10 schools in 2012 and 12 schools in 2013, including evaluation of impact on reading, writing and practice, as well as creation of new teaching resources.
Supported Options Initiative 27 Mar 2012
Development of pilot advice and information services to benefit young people with irregular immigration status, combining outreach work, partnership working and innovative approaches to service provision.