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5 February 2020

On diversity and creative ageing

Baring Foundation
A selection of projects bringing arts and creativity to under-served older communities.
2 December 2019

Using the law for campaigning & social change

Sheila McKechnie Foundation
A 101 guide for campaigners to using the law to create change.
Strengthening Civil Society
25 November 2019

Transforming lives through law

Jacqui Kinghan and Lisa Vanhala
Ten examples of civil society organisations using the law for social change. Includes organisations from different sectors deploying a range of legal tools and tactics.
Strengthening Civil Society
25 November 2019

Art and dementia in the UK South Asian Diaspora

Elizabeth Lynch with Spare Tyre
Research by Spare Tyre into why the UK South Asian diaspora has not engaged as significantly as some other communities with arts and dementia, despite growing evidence for and awareness of the benefits.
14 November 2019

Older and wiser? Creative ageing in the UK 2010-19

Dr Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, King's College London
A review of the development of the creative ageing sector over the past decade, examining how far has it come and considering where it should go next.
7 November 2019

Around the world in 80 creative ageing projects

David Cutler
A collection of interesting creative ageing projects and organisations from around the world.
3 June 2019

‘Quite an adventure’: some lessons from digital arts projects with older people

Imogen Blood, Lorna Easterbrook & Mark Robinson
How the use of digital technology in five arts projects impacted on older people, creative engagement, business models, partnerships, and attitudes towards ageing.
20 May 2019

Injustice exposed: the criminalisation of transgender people and its impacts

Human Dignity Trust
A new global report on the criminalisation of trans and gender diverse people.
International Development
17 May 2019

Report and financial statements

Baring Foundation
For the year ended 31 December 2018
23 April 2019

Using the law to address unfair systems

Dr Lisa Vanhala and Dr Jacqui Kinghan, UCL
In-depth case study of the successful Personal Independence Payments legal challenge led by Public Law Project and others at the end of 2017.
Strengthening Civil Society