As The Listening Fund in England enters its exciting second phase, we want to identify and share the lessons which emerge. We are therefore inviting applications to be the Fund’s learning partner. You will work across the Fund, from partners to funders to our young advisers, helping to surface insights and then sharing them across […]
The second phase of The Listening Fund in England has just been launched and we are now recruiting! We want to appoint a diverse panel of young advisers to play a key role in the next three years of our work. The panel will design a grant-making strategy for a pot of funding worth at […]
One of the Listening Fund’s partners, Carefree, have released a report on what constitutes good listening practice. Produced by Research in Practice, the report provides insight into what young people want from the organisations they work with, the impact of being heard, and how other organisations can replicate Carefree’s approach. The report can be downloaded […]
The Fund for Shared Insight has launched an opportunity for organisations to benefit from the Beta of their new online tool. The tool will help organisations develop sophisticated feedback loops and those who are selected for the Beta trial will receive several benefits including a $5,000 honorarium. You can find out more about the scheme […]
The Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) has released a report which asks how funders can do more to help their partners. The report can be read here suggests, amongst other things, that changing attitudes to risk results in funding people and organisations with different ideas and experience.
Trust for London has worked with On Road Media, Revolving Doors and Women for Refugee Women to look at how to strengthen the voice of people with lived experience in campaigns for social change. As well as providing context for this work, the report also provides some practical advice for others in the sector and […]
One of The Listening Fund partners – the Prison Reform Trust – last week launched the first report from the Prisoner Policy Network. Following extensive consultation with those who have or who currently live in prison, PRT have compiled their responses to the question: What incentives work in prison? The report can be accessed here.
A year-long scheme funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and run by UnLtd and The Social Innovation Partnership has launched. You can read TSIP’s blog about the exciting scheme here and find information about applying here. The deadline is 25th February 2019.
At the Blagrave Trust’s recent partners day, the Chair of the British Youth Council, Amanda Chetwynd-Cowieson, outlined three tests she believes all charities should consider in their work with young people. You can watch Amanda explain these straight forward tests here.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is seeking proposals from organisations who have the capacity, expertise and capability to deliver a national youth voice programme with young people in England until end March 2020. The deadline for applications is 3pm on Thursday 13 December 2018. Further details of the opportunity can be read […]