Previous programmes and projects
Learn more about previous UK Branch work
Built into our support for innovative programmes is the vision to keep the work alive and benefiting communities beyond our involvement. Sometimes, we continue to support some organisations or initiatives to ensure the work we developed has maximum impact. This can include:
- Publishing evaluation findings and producing publications which summarise the learning from specific strands/aspects of our work.
- Supporting events which showcase supported projects and which aim to leverage additional funding for their work/promote the policy change they seek.
- Supporting the formation of new networks or other infrastructure which take responsibility for advancing the work we have helped start.
Here are some of the recent programmes and projects from the UK Branch:
Transitions in Later Life (2014-19)
Helping people in mid to later life feel better supported to manage changes as they age
Greening the Economy (2009-13)
To identify and promote some effective strategies to green the economy
Participatory Performing Arts (2014-18)
Opening up the performing arts for everyone, especially the most vulnerable
Ageing and Social Cohesion (2008-13)
To support and develop more meaningful connections for older people and across generations
Valuing Nature (2009-14)
To promote the value of the environment and help drive change to more sustainable lifestyles though a creative engagement with the natural world
Literature in Translation (2011-14)
To promote international literature in translation for adults and children
The World in London (2012)
A public portrait photographic exhibition to celebrate London's creative mix of people and cultures