Our Partners


Liberal Judaism

Liberal Judaism is the dynamic, cutting edge of modern Judaism.

Liberal Judaism reverences Jewish tradition, and seeks to preserve the values of the Judaism of the past while giving them contemporary force. It aspires to a Judaism that is always an active force for good in the lives of Jewish individuals, families and communities today, and equally makes its contribution to the betterment of society.

You can visit their website here.

Heritage Lottery Fund

Largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK since 1994. Leading advocate for the value of heritage. Supporting the full breadth of heritage.  £375million to invest each year. Offices across the UK.

You can visit their website here.

Islington Museum

Islington Museum opened in May 2008 in a brand new space at 245 St John Street, under Finsbury Library. A friendly and warm environment for everyone to enjoy and explore the history of Islington.You can find information on visiting us and contact details that will help you plan your trip. Our DisabledGo profile​ will give you an access guide to the site.  contact the Museum.

IDRICS undertakes research, evaluation and consultancy into ‘protected characteristics’; specifically: race / ethnicity; sex / gender; disability; sexual orientation; age; faith & belief; pregnancy and maternity; marriage & civil partnership; and gender reassignment. The Institute specialises in community-focused research, policy and practice, in partnership with diverse communities, on behalf of a range of stakeholders and commissioners. The first conference looking at diversity and cultural engagement within the ‘Big Society’ will address challenges inherent in a period of fiscal retrenchment and increasing expections of community involvement in setting public agendas.


Micro Rainbow International

The leading organisation in tackling poverty and promoting integration of LGBTI refugees in the UK https://www.micro-rainbow.org/united-kingdom-project/ 

Horniman Museum
We are the Horniman Museum and Gardens, an inspiring, surprising, family-friendly, free attraction in South London’s Forest Hill.  We’ve been open since Victorian times, when Frederick John Horniman first opened his house and extraordinary collection of objects to visitors. Since then, our collection has grown tenfold and includes internationally important collections of anthropology and musical instruments, as well as an acclaimed aquarium and natural history collections. Unusually for such an important museum, you can see our collection up-close and face-to-face. You can even pick up, try on and play with some of our objects. Our visitors come time and again to explore our free museum, take part in our activities and enjoy our 16-acre gardens. And they discover something fascinating and mesmerising every time.  http://www.horniman.ac.uk/home

The Roundhouse is a hub of inspiration where artists and emerging talent create extraordinary work and where young people can grow creatively as individuals. We believe in the power of creativity to change lives. By giving young people the chance to engage with the arts through our music, media and performance projects, we inspire them to reach further, dream bigger, and achieve more. Roundhouse Radio is a proving ground for a new generation of radio talent, all aged 11-25. Tune in live or listen back to brilliant new music and much more. http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/roundhouse-radio/


SOAS Radio is an online radio station and production company based at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. We work with students and academics to produce radio programmes, sharing the knowledge of SOAS with a world-wide audience and helping students engage directly with the parts of the world they are studying. SOAS Radio is supported by SOAS and SOAS Students’ Union. https://soasradio.org/about

Our University’s past is rooted in the great Industrial Revolution of the 19th Century which changed the world. Today the University has a successful global presence and a turnover of £189m. Our 7 schools, 20,000 students and 2,500 staff have all grown to serve the needs of industry, commerce and education.The regeneration of Salford is creating new opportunities which bring our university firmly into the 21st Century. We have joined the BBC and ITV at the MediaCityUK development in Salford Quays and have ambitious plans to redevelop the existing campus over the next 20 years. http://www.salford.ac.uk/about-us/heritage