Funding opportunity

COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellbeing Innovation Grants Program (MHWIGP)

The ACT Government is seeking applications from organisations, groups and individuals that have ‘outside the box’, innovative, creative and effective ideas to support the mental health and wellbeing of the community as it rebuilds from the impacts of the pandemic

The Carolyn Allport Scholarship for Postgraduate Feminist Studies by Research

Available for a woman undertaking postgraduate feminist studies, by research, in any discipline, awarding $5000 per year for a maximum of 3 years to the successful applicant

Audrey Fagan Young Women’s Enrichment Grants

The Audrey Fagan Young Women’s Enrichment Grants highlight the ACT Government’s commitment to the development of opportunities for young women

The Youth InterACT Scholarships

The Youth InterACT Scholarships provide funding of up to $500 for individual young people aged 12 to 25 who wish to attend an activity of a learning capacity, sporting, conferences, personal or career development through participation in various activities, events or courses.

Gender and Global Threats - Special Research Funding

Grant Round 1, 2020: Gender and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Up to $30,000 can be requested for research projects led by current members of the Gender Institute. We will fund up to 2 such projects in 2020.

*This call is now closed*

Gender and Global Threats

New Gender Institute Funding for Research on Gender and the COVID-19 Pandemic

In these daunting times for Australia and the world, the ANU Gender Institute is launching a new funding program for 2020 to sponsor research projects that examine Gender and Global Threats.

YWCA COVID-19 Relief Funding

YWCA Canberra has funding available to support community members experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

Opportunities for PhD and master or honours research projects as part of new DECRA project starting in 2020 on the history of women in Pacific archaeology.

‘Pacific Matildas: finding the women in the history of Pacific archaeology’ is a new ARC-funded research project that will start in 2020 at UWA under the lead of Emilie Dotte-Sarout (currently a postdoc with the 

Audrey Fagan young women’s enrichment grants

The Enrichment Grants offer young women an opportunity to realise their dreams in a collaborative relationship with a mentor.

Funding opportunity: Feminist Review Trust

Up to 15,000 GBP for hard-to-fund project (mostly non-research) that support women. Submissions accepted in January, April, and September.


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