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£1,125
2019 / 8 months

University of Liverpool

Strengthening Civil Society
To undertake further research on the Kinship Counts! project with Kinship Carers.
£99,000
2019 / 3 years

Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit

Strengthening Civil Society
To empower organisations supporting victims of trafficking to use the law to ensure victims are identified and receive the support they are entitled to.
£99,000
2019 / 3 years

National AIDS Trust

Strengthening Civil Society
To help reduce HIV stigma by using up to date knowledge of HIV to ensure the correct application of the law.
£99,000
2019 / 3 years

JustRight Scotland

Strengthening Civil Society
To establish the Scottish Interest Law Centre, which aims to ensure that the law and human rights based approaches are seen as tools for social change.
£97,031
2019 / 3 years

North East Law Centre

Strengthening Civil Society
To develop a partnership between the North East Law Centre and the Recovery College Collective to test how legal and human rights based approaches could improve the outcomes for people experiencing mental distress.
£99,994
2019 / 3 years

Coram Children’s Legal Centre

Strengthening Civil Society
To support activists and organisations to assist migrant and refugee children in accessing secure legal status.
£100,000
2019 / 3 years

Royal Mencap Society

Strengthening Civil Society
To assist people with learning difficulties to use data and strategic legal tactics to hold public bodies to account and bring about systems change.
£90,000
2019 / 3 years

Islington Law Centre

Strengthening Civil Society
To support civil society organisations to understand the role of, and undertake, strategic legal action to protect and promote migrants' rights.
£15,000
2018 / 1 year

Friends, Families and Travellers

Strengthening Civil Society
To build the capacity of Friends, Families and Travellers and other GRT organisations to use Human Rights and Law supporting Gypsies & Travellers.
£76,439
2018 / 18 months

Sustain

Strengthening Civil Society
To coordinate a collaborative alliance and movement of third-sector organisations, working with academics and legal and advocacy advisors, towards achievement of new Food Rights.