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15 March 2021

Report on Activities 2020

Baring Foundation
A report on the Foundation's grantmaking in 2020.
24 February 2021

Creatively Minded and Ethnically Diverse

Compiled by The Baring Foundation
Improving creative opportunities for people with mental health problems from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
19 February 2021

Arts e-newsletter February 2021

Baring Foundation
News, views and resources from our Arts programme.
11 February 2021

Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry into the Government’s Independent Human Rights Act Review

Baring Foundation
Response from the Baring Foundation to the call for evidence.
Strengthening Civil Society
16 December 2020

Strengthening Civil Society e-newsletter December 2020

Baring Foundation
News, views and resources from our Strengthening Civil Society grantholders.
Strengthening Civil Society
4 December 2020

Travel These Ways: Songs to sing at home

A collection of songs created for people living with dementia to enjoy singing on their own or with family, friends or carers. With films to learn and sing along backing tracks.
20 November 2020

Leading the way: the role of global Britain in safeguarding the rights of the global LGBTI+ community

Ross Othen-Reeves
Setting out the need and rationale for the UK government to fund new commitments to help safeguard and protect LGBTI+ people around the world.
International Development
23 October 2020

Independent Review of Administrative Law Response to the call for evidence

The Baring Foundation
Response to the call to evidence by the UK Government's Independent Review of Administrative Law
Strengthening Civil Society
16 October 2020

Arts e-newsletter October 2020

Baring Foundation
News, views and resources from our Arts programme.
15 October 2020

Key workers: creative ageing in lockdown and after

David Cutler
The creative ageing sector's response to supporting the wellbeing of older people during COVID-19 has been immensely impressive. However these organisations, like the rest of the arts sector, are worried about the future.