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Grants Women's Rights Program-pg2

continue from pg-1 Strengthening Women’s Access to JusticeEffective justice systems hold governments accountable, redress power imbalances, and implement the rule of law.  We support initiatives that ensure women are treated equally under the law; provide legal aid; and ensure that j...

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Scholarships 2015-16 .. Eligibility Criteria-1

continued from previous page During the selection process between admissible files, ARES will take account of the following criteria:The academic curriculumFor courses, priority will be granted to candidates who have not yet obtained a postgraduate degree, save for exceptional circumstances spe...

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Scholarships 2015-16 Eligibility Criteria

RULES OF SELECTION  Applying for a ARES scholarship is absolutely free of charge. ARES does not charge any fee at any stage of the application or selection process. You may raise any question or concern about persons or companies claiming to be acting on behalf of ARES and requesting the paymen...

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Scholarships 2015-16

 Within the framework of the Belgian policy for development cooperation, the Minister for Development Cooperation and the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation entrust the Belgian Higher Education Institutions with the preparation of Postgraduate Programmes (Advanced Masters) and Trai...

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Grants: The Burma Project

The Burma Project, established by the Open Society Foundations in 1994, is dedicated to increasing international awareness of conditions in Burma and helping the country make a successful transition from a closed to an open society. To this end, the Burma Project prioritizes projects supporting marg...

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Grants ...Women's Rights Program

In closed societies or in countries transitioning to democracy, women are often denied access to power, resources, information, and basic human rights. The Women’s Rights Program works to advance women’s rights and gender equality in law and in practice. The program promotes and protects...

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GIF Funding Priorities

GIF does not typically fund the following types of projects:  Traditional development projects or approaches that are similar to current practices (e.g. building schools, drilling wells, or delivering other goods and services to the poor through commonly used methods) Innovations tha...

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Application Process

The first step in applying to GIF required for all applicants is to submit an Initial Application. This includes a short online form and either a document (2-4 pages) OR a slide deck (8-12 slides e.g. in Powerpoint). Applicants are also welcome to submit a video (maximum 8 minutes) as an optional ad...

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GIF Innovation Plan

Innovation Plan GIF supports innovations that benefit people living on less than the equivalent of $5 per day (PPP) in developing countries, and we are especially interested in innovations that impact people living on less than $2 per day (PPP). We are also seeking innovations that benefit vuln...

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Global Innovation Fund

GIF (Global Innovation Foundation) is open to funding a wide range of innovative organisations and projects at varying stages in their development, ranging from early start-up stages to larger scale implementation. Borrowing from the experience of venture capital, GIF uses a tiered financing mo...

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Waitt Foundation Grants

Ted Waitt ~ founder, board chairman & president of the Waitt Foundation Ted Waitt established the Waitt Foundation in 1993 to reflect his family’s heartfelt commitment to give back to the community by “helping good people do great things” through research and education. Since t...

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Criteria - Waitt Foundation

Before applying you need to see the requirement for applying for this grant which are mentioned below. Grantee RequirementsCollaborating with people and organizations who share our principles… What Waitt Foundation  Look ForThe Waitt Foundation is currently considering grant proposa...

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Antipode Foundation Awards - Eligibility

The Eligibility to Apply for the Awards is given below:Anyone can apply for an Antipode Foundation International Workshop Award (including activists, academics and students), but the grant must be held and administered by a host institution (and it is also expected that university facilities will be...

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Antipode Foundation Awards

 Applications are invited  for International Awards and International Workshops.Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project Awards are grants of up to £10,000 to support collaborations between academics, non-academics and activists (from NGOs, think tanks, social movements, or commu...

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Christensen Fund Deadlines and areas of support

Christensen Fund's Regional and Global Programs focus on specific issues that fall within four main programmatic themes:1.Sustaining Foodways and Livelihoods within Biocultural Landscapes and Seascapes 2.Ensuring Socio-ecological Resilience of Landscapes and Seascapes 3.Celebrating and Revitalizing ...

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Christensen Fund

The Christensen Fund pursues its mission mainly through place-based investments in a small number of regions with exceptional cultural and biological diversity. The focus on specific regions reflects both the practical value we see in supporting the efforts of locally-recognized community stewards a...

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Grand Challenges Explorations- Criteria

 To apply for this the organaisations need to meet the following criteria.GCE is open to both foreign and domestic organizations, including non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, international organizations, government agencies and academic institutions. Individuals and organizations c...

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Grand Chalenges Explorations Round-14

Applications are invited for Grand Challenges Explorations (GCE) which supports early-stage research projects which incude many ideas that have never before been tested – and scientists and innovators from a wide range of disciplines and regions. The GCE initiative funds innovative ideas that ...

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International Fellowship for Women.. Eligibility Criteria-3

* TOEFL is given at designated test centers throughout the world. AAUW International Fellowship applicants should take the test as early as possible. The code for AAUW is 9231. This code must be written on the test registration form so that the scores will be reported directly to AAUW. Code 9231 sho...

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International Fellowships for Women and Girls - Criteria

Eligibility: The International Fellowships are not open to previous recipients of any AAUW national fellowship or grant (not including branch or local awards or Community Action Grants). Also, AAUW boards, committees, panels, task forces, staff and current interns are not eligible to apply for fello...

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