Northern Ireland - Projects
Unlocking Film Heritage: Northern Ireland on Film
Northern Ireland Screen has been curating and making accessible film materials that tell the region's unique stories, spanning from 1897 to the present day
HMS Caroline is the lone survivor of the 250 ships of the British and German Fleets that fought at the Battle of Jutland in World War I.
Lagan Village Youth & Community Group
Making music as a means of communication and engagement has helped young adults with special needs discover new skills and abilities.
Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre
The Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre is a magical place offering exploration and play, where children can let their imagination go wild. It is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.
Wheelchair hurling makes the traditional Irish sport accessible to players in wheelchairs with dedicated coaches and provision of new clubs.
An Tobar is a community wellness centre and social farm in south Armagh, Northern Ireland that aims to connect people with nature to improve their health.
Bangor Court House
The Court House is an independent non-profit venue which hosts a year-round programme of music and arts events.
Mae Murray Foundation
A charity committed to making beaches across Northern Ireland accessible to people with physical, learning and sensory needs.
University of Atypical
A disabled-led arts charity empowering D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse people’s involvement in the arts sector in Northern Ireland.
TAMHI - Change Makers
Promotes mental health awareness for young people through sport and play, working with around 100 clubs and 4,000 people.
Julia McKeever set up The Autism Hive, a charity that provides suicide prevention services for the autistic community, following a tragedy in her own life.