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Gender Institute funding for events and projects in 2016-2017

Applications are sought twice a year for funding the development and implementation of the following events and projects – with the maximum amount that any application can ask for given in brackets (it is acceptable to use multiple categories within a grant application).

Please note that the Gender Institute does not provide funding for personal research projects, including hiring research assistants. We aim to support events and initiatives that are accessible to and benefit the wider ANU community.

Grant recipients are responsible for any bookings and arrangements associated with events, including producing any print material. The Gender Institute will advertise events supported by grants through our newsletter and on our website.

Applications for round 2 of 2016 funding are now open.

Out of round submissions may be made in extenuating circumstances, see below for guidelines.

Submissions must be made online - see 'How to apply' below for instructions.

  • Workshops for postgraduate students (up to $4000)
  • Writing workshops for early career researchers (up to $4000)
  • Distinguished lecture by a renowned scholar (up to $4000)
  • Gender equity research and innovative initiatives within ANU (up to $10,000)
  • Seed funding for cross-disciplinary collaborative research aligned with the aims of the Gender Institute - e.g. To support a seminar series (up to $4,000)
  • Workshop, conference or symposium on gender and/or sexuality (up to $4000)

Who can apply?

ANU staff and students or groups of ANU staff or students can apply. Where groups are applying a lead applicant should be identified.

When are applications due?

  • Grant round 2 2016 closes on November 11, 2016

AnchorHow to apply

  • Please download the funding guidelines below and read them carefully to ensure your application is complete.
  • The application form is available below.
  • The application form and project description document are to be submitted via the online portal.

‘Out of round’ applications can be made in extenuating circumstances at any time using the same application form and submitting by email to Professor Margaret Jolly.

Please direct all enquiries to Gender Institute administrator Annick Thomassin by email.

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Gender Institute

Date posted

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Updated:  7 November 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute