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- 28 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 16 Apr 2020
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BRR will convene sessions in Bristol to explore thinking and discussion around the issues facing young people who are subject to immigration control with the aim of progressing thinking on this issue at the city level.
This Bristol-based charity uses non-contact boxing and intensive individual support to inspire vulnerable young people to make positive changes in their lives and improve their mental health. It will grow its impact by replicating its approach (starting in Wales); raising awareness and spreading learning, especially around the power of sports and coaching to address mental health needs; and diversifying income streams for greater sustainability.
Towards Relevance and Creative Citizenship 06 Mar 2017
Arnolfini will provide two Artist Fellowships for community-based emerging artists to deliver a yearlong artist led action research and co-creation programme with participants from two community groups. Participants will develop skills in a variety of art forms alongside exploring ideas of agency, rights and voice. It will culminate in a showcase event (Festival of New Ideas) bringing together communities and key decision makers. A Researcher in Residence will create a critical framework to connect and embed activity and learning across the organisation. Arnolfini aims to increase engagement in the arts from across diverse communities in Bristol. Through this pilot it wants to understand what a genuinely socially-focused arts organisation looks like and how it can be rooted in and shaped by the community. It is also looking to explore its role in sharing skills and expertise with local artists and communities.
Gloucester Roundhouse 10 Jul 2017
The Gloucester Roundhouse Project (GRP) will see the City of Gloucester and the Roundhouse (RH) develop a long-term relationship to create extraordinary partnerships between arts organisations, artists and young people. RH will use their expertise and track record in nurturing the next generation of young talent to help Gloucester transform the city's cultural offering alongside the ongoing and much-needed regeneration of the city centre. The project will build local capacity and advocacy with the longer-term vision of a new, iconic Gloucester Roundhouse opening as the centre piece of the city's ambition to be UK City of Culture 2025.
Bristol Produces 17 Jul 2017
This year round participatory programme will introduce socially engaged artists to resident-led forums and support the delivery of collaborative projects in three Bristol neighbourhoods and as part of In Between Time Festival 2019 and 2021. The organisation will also undertake a longitudinal evaluation of the social impact of live art.
Ashley Community Housing will explore and evaluate a Collective Impact approach, bringing together private sector employers, the Bristol Mayor’s Office, the local authority and local refugee community organisations to find solutions that facilitate refugees’ integration into the labour market.
This programme aims to promote intercultural understanding and to strengthen integration by deepening connections between parents from families who have recently migrated and their local communities. Parents will be supported to volunteer in local Children’s Centres and primary schools, gaining crucial skills for employment and community action as the organisations gain additional capacity to support outreach activities, learning and governance processes that represent and reflect the community.
Young carers helping to inform professionals 11 Dec 2017
Gloucestershire Young Carers (GYC) works with almost 1,200 young people aged 5-25 with caring responsibility for a family member. Members of ‘yCHIPS’, its specialist forum for young people affected by parental substance misuse or mental ill health, will be supported to influence professionals and practitioners. They will design and lead sessions with staff from the police, social services, and substance misuse services, to influence systemic change and help them provide better support for young carers.
Integrate UK: Improving our Reach 11 Dec 2017
Integrate UK is a youth led charity based in Bristol that promotes gender and racial equality, integration and community cohesion. Over the past year it has seen an 80% increase in demand from schools for its youth led sessions. In response, it plans to invest in infrastructure and expand its offer in Wales and the West Midlands.
Scaling Access to Immigration Advice 26 Feb 2018
Centre for the Acceleration of Social Technology (CAST) works to create a more responsive, resilient and digitally-enabled social sector, supporting non-profits to embed digital, research and design-led approaches and working with sector leaders, funders and government. This programme will see CAST partner with the Cardinal Hume Centre to develop a digital service that provides scalable and transparent immigration advice.
Growing with stories 26 Feb 2018
MakeBelieve Arts is a theatre and education charity, offering programmes to develop the creative, communication and literacy skills of children. This project will saturate one school with a myriad of arts-based, storytelling activities to explore the impact on communication, language, comprehension and writing, particularly among pupils experiencing disadvantage.
Building the Case for School Without Walls 12 Mar 2018
Working in partnership with 5x5x5=Creativity and Bath Festivals, The Egg Theatre will test whether School Without Walls’ enquiry-based model of experiential and creative learning can be used to achieve specific school improvement objectives and to narrow the attainment gap for pupils experiencing disadvantage.
This grant will provide additional support to the Hall for Cornwall Trust to disseminate learning from Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
The Architecture Centre works across the South West to engage people in design, architecture and place-making. Through this grant, the centre will test a model of long-term partnership working in early years settings in areas of multiple deprivation. The project aims to engage young audiences with place-based learning activities, including sensory walks and visits to local cultural venues.
Developing and sharing a 'Core Assets' approach 14 May 2018
Based in Penzance, Treyla supports young people experiencing disadvantage to build confidence and self-esteem. Through this grant, it plans to replicate its long term, one-to-one mentoring programme throughout the organisation and across Cornwall. It will also use emerging evidence and learning to shape and inform local and regional policy.
Encounters Arts aims to provide spaces and processes for people to explore their relationships with themselves, each other, where they live and the wider natural world. This grant supports a pilot study to test an evaluation approach based on participants’ use of language, in the context of participatory practice and climate change.
Diffusion: a financially sustainable venture to mobilise communities to support young people's mental health. 09 Jul 2018
Off The Record is a mental health charity working in Bristol and South Gloucestershire with young people. It wants to transition from a ‘mental health service provider’ to ‘mental health social movement.’ It plans to establish ‘Diffusion’, a trading arm, to support this vision. It will offer a range of products designed to equip young people and communities with the confidence, knowledge and skills to support their own mental health as active agents, rather than passive consumers.
This grant will support the organisation to explore a collaborative service model for care leavers with insecure immigration status.
Allsorts works with disabled young people and their families from across Gloucestershire. This grant will support the organisation to create a range of new employment and personal development pathways for disabled young people across the area.
The National Open Youth Orchestra 14 Nov 2018
Open Up Music’s mission is to make orchestras accessible to young disabled people. Through this grant, OpenUp Music will deliver the National Open Youth Orchestra, a new inclusive national ensemble. In partnership with leading arts organisations and conservatoires in London, Bristol and the West Midlands, OpenUp Music will launch regional training centres providing a programme of musical development and personal development, rehearsal and performance opportunities for disabled young people and their peers.