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Human rights and equality grant scheme

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission invites applications for its grants scheme. This supports the promotion and advancement of the economic and social rights to housing, health and decent work. Initiatives that will be supported include:

•quantitative, qualitative or participatory research;

•data gathering and analysis on health, housing or decent work from a human rights and equality perspective;

•analysing and documenting models of good practice to promote and advance the rights to health, housing or decent work;

•developing, publishing and disseminating materials;

•organising conferences, seminars and round-tables;

•generating creative and participatory spaces for awareness raising, learning and dialogue;

•developing of digital tools and campaigns on the right to health, housing and decent work;

•carrying out participatory education and training activities;

•producing education and training resources in paper, digital or other formats.

Irish-based civil society organisations may apply. This includes community and voluntary organisations, non-governmental and not-for-profit organisations, trade unions and groups representing communities of interest. Applications from rights holder and community-led groups are encouraged. Collaborative partnerships between two and more organisations are welcome.

The total budget available for this call is €350,000. General grants are worth up to €20,000 and small grants are worth up to €6,000.

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission website

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Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission
Monday, April 15, 2019