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- Earliest award date
- 11 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 01 Sep 2016
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Our Museum - TWAM transition funding 11 Jan 2016
Our Museum transition funding to be divided between salaries, backfilling for Front of House staff engaged in workshops, and a critical friend.
Developing Reclaim's support for alumni to enable them to grow into influential, engaged leaders 08 Feb 2016
Since its beginning eight years ago as a PHF-funded museum project, Reclaim has supported 750 Greater Manchester 12-15 year olds to develop and implement manifestos for social change in their communities. The original programme graduates are now in their 20s and becoming the next generation of leaders for the organisation. Reclaim is seeking to develop an alumni network, and support young people to continue to campaign for social change on the issues affecting them.
Support as Project Oracle transitions to becoming an independent charity and expands the project's reach and impact 19 Apr 2016
Project Oracle is an important part of the infrastructure that enables organisations working with young peopel to collect better evidence of impact and improve their capability in using it. Having appointed its first Managing Director, it is transitioning to become an independent charity, and exploring opportunities to work outside London and with organisations working with young people in other sectors such as the arts.
Fevered Sleep will create, in collaboration with its partners and with participants, three participatory arts projects to be presented at 20 venues across England over four years. FS will extend the approaches developed through Future Play and apply them to work for adult as well as child audiences. They will focus on gathering evidence in order to understand the impact on participants who engage in making, presenting and promoting their work.
Inspiration Days: a new Adventure in Learning 25 Apr 2016
KIT Theatre designs and delivers Adventures in Learning (AIL). These combine digital and live interactions with characters, who are presented as real, and in need of help, thus creating a purposeful context for learning. KIT wants to expand their repertoire of Inspiration Days (a one-day AIL model), establish a regional delivery infrastructure in Birmingham and Manchester and build evidence for the impact of their approach.
Core support of community engagement work 25 Apr 2016
A grant to secure the legacy of the Our Museum initiative and help to strengthen and widen both the community ownership and access to the gallery.
Youth diaspora organising – bridging grant 11 Jan 2016
Grant made under the PHF Supported Options Initiative to support young people with irregular immigration status to campaign on relevant issues.
Youth led action for stop and search reform. 19 Apr 2016
The grant will fund the salaries of the Advocacy Manager, Youth Peer Trainers, resources and publication costs, for Release to develop and roll out the Y-Stop campaign to young people around the UK. Y-Stop will benefit young people affected by police stop and search policy and practice. Release will also work with young people to influence policy makers and police on the issue of stop and search.
Support for Citizens UK's New Communities team 01 Feb 2016
This project will support Citizens UK to expand their ‘New Communities’ work campaigning on migrant, asylum and integration related issues. Support from PHF will allow Citizens to target, engage and mobilise new demographics (including young migrants) in new geographic locations, and build alliances with institutions which have not engaged on migration issues before.
Fabrica and PAW want to understand more about people with severe intellectual disabilities as both creative participants, and as a gallery audience. They also want to understand the challenges and opportunities of co-production, co-commissioning and cross-sector collaboration. They hope to do this by commissioning an immersive and interactive exhibition that will resonate with audiences with a range of intellectual capacities.
KIND UK 15 Mar 2016
CELC and partners want to test the viability of a sustainable model of pro bono legal advice. KIND UK will support young people in regularising their immigration statuses aiding them to lead more stable lives where they can better access help and support. The pro bono service will maximise the expertise and resources of commercial firms taking some pressure off law centres to focus on more complex cases.
The grant will fund the salary costs of the Director to enable focus on further defining, evidencing and sharing The Junction’s well-regarded model of ‘nested service provision’ and move towards its replication. The organisation also wants to challenge current reactive systems of service provision and enable young people to be heard in these conversations.
The Spark 11 Apr 2016
darts wishes to test whether creative techniques, which were developed through its work in primary PRUs, can be applied in mainstream settings to benefit pupils at risk of exclusion. Two multi-disciplinary artists will deliver weekly sessions in three primary schools using sculpture, circus arts, music and visual arts, working towards end-of-year sharing events. Pupil outcomes may include increased engagement, self-esteem and aspiration, coping strategies and decreased likelihood of exclusion. The team will create a practical toolbox of creative approaches to support teacher CPD.
The Migration Museum Project aims to tell the story of migration in the UK and contribute to a better understanding, tolerance and a reasoned response to migration issues. This grant will enable the Migration Museum to employ a curator to develop its exhibitions and events outside of London, while building towards the establishment of a permanent museum.
A residential conference will bring together a small number of representatives from across the UK to explore whether the UK can be united by a consensus on the purpose of education. An additional outcome is a manifeso and the publication of a small book, with a view to influencing policy and debate.
Into Film and Nerve Centre will deliver a literacy and numeracy intervention based around the deconstruction and critical analysis of film and the use of filmmaking as a tool for engagement, project production, presentation and assessment. The project will partner with 10 primary schools based in Belfast and Derry/Londonderry and will be designed to suit the needs of KS2 pupils. Participating Senior Leaders and teachers will be equipped with the understanding, tools, skills, inspiration, and support necessary for them to take full advantage of the medium of film.
A collaborative approach to arts-based CPDL. Primary school leaders and teachers in 10 West Midlands primary schools, including RSA Academies.and Birmingham Education Partnership member schools, will work with arts partners and specialist drama teachers, co-designing drama-based interventions to improve pupils' writing. The project consortium has strong connections to the West Midlands: the RSA's academies are located here and Arts Connect is closely connected to local specialist arts partners. Almost 175,000 children live in poverty in this region, putting it among the most deprived in the UK. Educational attainment in the region is one of the lowest in the UK.
FBB Schools - UK programme scaling 18 Jul 2016
PHF support will part-fund the salary of the Head of Delivery to double the reach of the FBB Schools Programme in London and widen FBB’s reach outside London by developing work in Cardiff and Birmingham.
PHF support will fund a new post of Operations Manager enabling TBH to maintain the quality of its core offer whilst developing new projects, including TBH Means Business (an income generation scheme) and a 2017 tour of its work around the UK. This will also allow the Artistic Director to focus on the artistic elements of programme development and delivery.
Young Interpreters: Cultural Interpretation Team 06 Jun 2016
Customs House in South Tyneside will pilot a sustained visual arts offer for 14-19 year olds, exploring how best to engage local young people in the gallery programme. A core youth-led Cultural Interpretation Team will be ambassadors for the gallery, in turn inspiring other young people and the wider community to engage with the visual arts