15th May 2013
Philharmonia Orchestra's Universe of Sound has received a Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Award in the category 'Audiences and Engagement'.
14th May 2013
Independent arts organisation Clayground Collective has been recognised for work to introduce new audiences to craft.
8th May 2013
As part of its ongoing 25th anniversary celebrations, Paul Hamlyn Foundation is giving £2.5m to be shared amongst five performing arts venues across the UK.
1st May 2013
Musical Bridges is launching the Music in Transition Awards Scheme to distinguish inspiring examples of inclusive primary-secondary school partnership activities where music plays a strong role in supporting young people’s transition into secondary school.
29th April 2013
The PHF Supported Options Special Initiative has published ’Routes to regularisation for people without legal status in the UK'. The paper gives an overview of possible paths to regularisation for irregular migrant children and young people within the UK's immigration laws. It was written by Nadine Finch, a barrister at Garden Court Chambers.
22nd April 2013
The work of PHF India programme grantee Kolkata Sanved will be showcased at this year's gala of the Global Fund for Children UK Trust, a charity that works to transform the lives of the world's most vulnerable children.
19th April 2013
Streetwise Opera, a charity that uses music as a tool to help homeless people move forward in their lives, will present its latest production, ’The Answer to Everything', at the British Film Institute next week.
15th April 2013
The European Philanthropy Learning Initiative has published ’Shedding Light on our own Practice: Lessons about the Impact and Effect of our own Behavior'. The report examines the assessment and learning practices of foundations across Europe.
12th April 2013
The Happy Museum Project has published a report on the role of museums in fostering happiness and wellbeing.
9th April 2013
’Us and Them? The Dangerous Politics of Immigration Control', a new book by PHF Social Justice programme advisor Bridget Anderson, has been published by Oxford University Press.