Les compartimos la lista actualizada de oportunidades de financiación para proyectos sostenible de la SDSN:
1. Rapid Response Digital Health Infrastructure grant, Government of Australia (Australia)
2. Call for Applications, Fellow Programme, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
3. SN Bose Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme, The World Academy of Sciences
4. Call for Applications, Educational Equity during the pandemic, Tinker Foundation (see eligible LAC countries)
5. Call for Applications, Democratic Governance and Sustainable Resource Management programs, Tinker Foundation (see eligible LAC countries)6. Call for Proposals, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (USA)
7. Call for Proposals, Social Science Research Council
8. Call for Projects, UEFA Foundation for Children
9. Early Career Grants, National Geographic
10. Collaborate Pacific, New Zealand Foreign Affairs and Trade (see eligible Pacific countries)
All currently open calls:Grant-making opportunities
1. Grant, US Department of State (Indo-Pacific)The U.S. Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) announces an open competition for organizations interested in submitting applications for projects that promote transparent and accountable governance in the Indo-Pacific region.Funding information: award ceiling USD 3,000,000; award floor USD 1,500,000Deadline: Jul 2, 2020.
2. Grant, ONE-SL Project, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs(USA + select countries)For the “Offset National Emissions through Sustainable Landscapes (ONE-SL)” Program, a cooperative agreement to support the transition from project-scale Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) to jurisdictional and national REDD+ action in select countries to achieve greater emissions reductions and to utilize any excess emissions as marketable transactions for carbon offsets to commercial actors.Funding information: single award of USD 1,900,000Deadline: Jul 3, 2020.
3. Call for Proposals, CODE (see link for eligible countries in Africa)CODE, through its Context Matters program funds research initiated, designed and undertaken by African researchers. The intent is to support research which is clearly situated in local contexts and recognizes the multifaceted and complex relationships between the local and global in education.Funding information: up to five (5) research grants of a maximum CAD 10,000 eachDeadline: Jul 3, 2020.
4. Grant, US Embassy in Santo Domingo (USA and Dominican Republic)Open competition to support effective partnerships that will bolster and leverage U.S. – Dominican Republic higher education research collaboration and capacity building focused on issues exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, including gender-based violence, public health, and access to education for vulnerable populations.Funding information: may range from a min. of USD 5,000 to a max. of USD 25,000Deadline: Jul 6, 2020.
5. Call for Proposals on 2nd Drug Discovery – Grand Challenges Africa Round 10 (Africa)The African Academy of Sciences (AAS), through its Grand Challenges Africa program seeks to form interlinkages within the continent to develop drug discovery teams with successful innovative projects and give an opportunity to connect to mentors and drug discovery networks outside the continent. Grand Challenges Africa (GC Africa) scheme seeks to promote Africa-led scientific innovations to help countries better achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by awarding seed and full grants to the continent’s most impressive solutions.Funding information: USD 10,000 to USD 100,000Deadline: Jul 7, 2020.
6. Request for Applications, Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (USA)Seeking innovative and potentially revolutionary research focused on ensuring under-appreciated crops also benefit from recent advances and emerging technologies for genotype-independent regeneration of fertile plants to foster application of rapid breeding methods such as in vitro double haploid production and genome editing.Funding information: proposal funding range USD 250,000 – 750,000Deadline: Jul 8, 2020.
7. Business Partnership Facility announces Call for Projects «Enterprises for SDGs»The Business Partnership Facility (BPF) provides grants to support and develop private sector involvement in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in developing countries. The Facility aims to simultaneously achieve two types of result: Social impact and economic viability. The projects targeted by this call must contribute to the achievement of at least one clearly identified SDG. The starting point of the project must be an entrepreneurial initiative, carried by one or more companies, pursuing a development objective.Funding Information: USD 100,000 to USD 500,000Deadline: Jul 9, 2020.
8. Standard Grants Program, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USA)Matching grants program that supports public-private partnerships carrying out projects that further the goals of the North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA). These projects must involve long-term protection, restoration, and/or enhancement of wetlands and associated uplands habitats for the benefit of all wetlands-associated migratory birds.Deadline: Jul 10, 2020.
9. New Rapid Response Digital Health Infrastructure grant, Government of Australia (Australia)Provides funding to drive innovation and contribute to global efforts to control the COVID-19 outbreak through rapid responses to high-need challenges. ‘Digital Health’ may include but is not limited to, predictive modelling, digital tools for remote screening, diagnostics and monitoring.Funding information: between AUD 500,000 to AUD 2 millionDeadline: Jul 14, 2020.
10. EU announces 2020 Call for Proposals for Civil Society Organizations (Argentina)The European Union (EU) has announced a Call for Proposals to contribute to the strengthening of civil society as independent actors of sustainable development. In a difficult socio-economic situation, in which Argentina faces significant challenges linked to the financial crisis and the consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the specific objectives of this call for proposals is to promote society’s organizations Argentine civilian.Funding Information: USD 500,000 to USD 1 millionDeadline: Jul 15, 2020.
11. Friends of the Environment Foundation Grant, TD Bank (Canada)The Foundation supports a wide range of environmental initiatives, with a primary focus on environmental education and green space programs. Eligible projects include schoolyard greening, park revitalization, community gardens, park programming and citizen science initiatives.Funding information: majority of TD FEF grants are between CAD 2,000 and CAD 8,000Deadline: Jul 15, 2020.
12. Special Grant, Tiara Foundation (India)One-time grant for students who already have an offer of a place in a University overseas for Post Graduate Studies, with a scholarship/fee waiver and teaching assistantship to finance their study.Funding information: USD 3,500 for U.S. colleges and GBP 2200 for U.K. colleges.Deadline: Jul 15, 2020.
13. Grant Round Competition, Global Challenges Local Solutions (Europe)Grantmaking program that supports community foundations throughout Europe to address global challenges on the local level. It was set to provide them with additional resources that can improve local initiatives.Funding information: up to USD 15,000Deadline: Jul 20, 2020.
14. 2020 Japan Water Forum Fund (see eligible countries in link)Aims to support selected grass-roots organizations in developing countries that have been addressing local water-related issues. Considering that clean water, sanitation and hygiene play a vital role in preventing infectious diseases including COVID-19, will highly appreciate proposals of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects.Funding information: up to USD 1,000 per project.Deadline: Jul 21, 2020.
15. Requests for Proposals, National GeographicNational Geographic Society and Microsoft’s AI for Earth program partnered to support novel projects that create and deploy AI tools to improve the way they monitor, model, understand, and ultimately manage Earth’s natural resources for a more sustainable future.Funding information: applicants may request USD 5,000 to USD 100,000.Deadline: Jul 22, 2020.
16. Request for Proposals, Southeast Aquatics Fund 2020 (USA)Soliciting proposals to restore habitats and improve water quality in targeted river basins and watersheds of the Southeast. Competitive grants program that supports watershed-based restoration that will improve the health of these aquatic systems and secure populations of native freshwater aquatic species.Funding information: grant awards expected to range from USD 150,000 to 350,000, depending on the overall scale and duration of the project.Deadline: Jul 23, 2020.
17. Funding Call, The African Academy of Sciences (Africa)Seeks early and mid-career scientists who demonstrate excellence in their development and application of science in Africa. These individuals become ‘Affiliate of the AAS’ for a period of five years during which they receive individualized professional development support and join a wider community of science leaders on the African continent.Deadline: Jul 24, 2020.
18. 2020 Environment Small Grants, Columbia Basin Trust (Canada)Projects that take place within the Columbia Basin Trust region that will strengthen the environmental well-being and address: ecosystems, climate, water, and environmental education.Funding information: CAD 5,000 + for large grants; less than CAD 5,000 for small grantsDeadline: Jul 30, 2020.
19. Call for Proposals, European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (Sub-Saharan Africa)To establish an African cohort of epidemiologists by supporting institutions in sub-Saharan Africa and Europe that provide master’s training in epidemiology and biostatistics, as part of the Africa CDC’s framework for public health workforce developmentFunding information: call budget is EU 5,000,000; requested contribution per action should not exceed EUR 50,000 per student, with a max. total budget of EUR 750,000.Deadline: Jul 30, 2020.
20. New Call for Applications, Democratic Governance and Sustainable Resource Management programs, Tinker Foundation (see eligible LAC countries)Prioritizes projects focused on justice and rule of law and will continue to review and consider other Democratic Governance projects on an ad hoc basis. Its work on the environment is focused on efforts that support sustainable management of habitat and resources and incorporate socio-economic dimensions affecting the well-being of local communities.Deadline: Jul 31, 2020.
21. New Call for Applications, Educational Equity during the pandemic, Tinker Foundation(see eligible LAC countries)Special funding initiative that will provide short-term grants to civil society organizations in Latin America that are working to address the specific educational needs generated by the pandemic.Funding information: project budgets should fall within the range of USD 10,000 to 75,000 depending on the scope and scale of activity; total allocation USD 500,000Deadline: Jul 31, 2020.
22. Commemorative Grant Fund for Capacity Building of Young Scientists (CGF) Program, Nagao Natural Environment Foundation (eligible Asia-Pacific countries in link)Research projects with high priority include fieldwork-based studies which are scientifically and socio-culturally sound. Each project should be implemented by a project scientist, with adequate support of, and collaboration with, a project coordinator, who has scientific achievements and intends to take responsibilities for the research project.Funding information: max. grant size is JPY 1,500,000 per project; total annual budget JPY 20,000,000.Deadline: Jul 31, 2020
23. Professional Development Grants, WWF (see link for eligible countries)Provide support for mid-career conservationists to pursue short-term, non-degree training to upgrade their knowledge and skills. This training can include short courses, certificate training, or conferences among other training opportunities.Funding information: grants awarded up to USD 2,000 based on program requirements.Deadline: Aug 1, 2020.
24. New Call for Proposals, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (USA)Will provide supplemental research funding to teams that are already engaged in the study of a promising system alignment mechanism, with the objective of learning how this mechanism performs in addressing health and social needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.Funding information: up to USD 100,000; up to five awardsDeadline: Aug 5, 2020.
25. Call for Proposals, Innovation Fund Denmark (Denmark)Looking for research and innovation solutions to secure a sustainable nature and environment, as well as behavioral aspects in relation to the green transition, focused on sub-themes: energy and storage, climate, climate friendly agriculture and sustainable food, climate and environmentally friendly transport, sustainable nature and environment, sustainable cities and community, manufacturing industry and materials.Funding information: DKK 700,000,000Deadline: Aug 18, 2020.
26. Call for Proposals, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (USA)Seeks to learn from programs, policies, and practices that are advancing gender equity around the world to understand how they can be adapted to improve health and well-being in the United States, and build a national Culture of Health.Funding information: up to USD 1,000,000. Individual awards between USD 100,000 –250,000 each.Deadline: Aug 26, 2020.
27. Call for Proposals, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (see eligible countries in link)Looking for innovative initiatives to contribute to food systems’ improvements and transformative and sustainable impacts on poor people. In order to do so the SDC launched four Calls for Proposals.Funding information: depending on the particular CallDeadline: Aug 28, 2020.
28. Research Grants Program 2020, MerckOpen to scientists in all career stages who are affiliated with any research-based institution, university or company. Aim is to create new sustainable partnerships with leading global science and technology players to work on breakthrough science. Research areas: drug discovery, next generation machine learning, bioreactor design for cultured meat, and pandemic preparedness/fighting new emerging viral infectious disease.Funding information: grants of EUR 100,000 – 500,000 per year for up to 3 yearsDeadline: Aug 31, 2020.
29. Call for Proposals, Agropolis Foundation (Sub-Saharan Africa)»Innovative Co-Learning for Agriculture-based Solutions», in partnership with the Center for Synthesis and Analysis on Biodiversity (Cesab) Biodiversity Research Foundation (FRB) and the Biovision Foundation aims to support innovative, intersectoral and interdisciplinary training or learning projects that promote the agroecological transition through innovative approaches, tools, teams and networks.Funding information: Up to EUR 835,000, complemented by partial postdoc co-funding by FRB/Cesab (valued at EUR 65,000) and by co-funding of two Summer/Winter/Thematic Schools by Biovision Foundation (valued at EUR 20,000).Deadline: Sep 1, 2020.
30. Call for Applications, Novo Nordisk Foundation (Denmark)For projects supporting science education and informal learning environments. The Foundation wants to promote science general education and strengthen interest, knowledge and competencies in science and technology among children, young people and the population of Denmark in general.Funding information: total of up to DKK 50,000,000. for distribution in autumn 2020 for project grants of DKK 3,000,000 – 6,000,000 of up to 6 years duration.Deadline: Sep 15, 2020.
31. Call for Proposals, NordGen (Nordic countries)For projects aimed at adapting environmentally and climate-friendly crops by using plant genetic resources. To support the development of Nordic plant breeding to satisfy the long-term needs of the agricultural and horticultural industries, especially adaptation to climate change, targets for environmental policies, and demands from consumers and markets.Funding information: approx. 24 million SEK in total. A max. of 16 million SEK per projectDeadline: Sep 15, 2020.
32. NWO announces CFPs for SDG Interactions and Policy Interventions in Developing Countries(see eligible countries in link)The NWO has announced a call for proposals for SDG Interactions and policy interventions in developing countries. This call for proposals invites consortia to propose high-quality and relevant knowledge brokering and synthesis expertise, services, activities and products to proactively support the program objectives and the research consortia funded in the SDG Interactions program.Funding information: EUR 300,000Deadline: Sep 15, 2020.
33. Call for Proposals, European Commission (Morocco)Promotion of social services to vulnerable populations in the area of social assistance, notably through the introduction of innovative services or upgrading and development of existing services (services offered by social protection establishments (EPS), in particular for children and the disabled (educational inclusion and other services).Funding information: min. amount EUR 250,000; max. amount EUR 400,000.Deadline: Sep 22, 2020.
34. Micro Grants, Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship (Denmark)Open to students or PhD students enrolled for and following a full-time education at an educational institution in Denmark. Initiative aims at strengthening economic growth and employment in the country. The long-term goal is to create growth companies that contribute with jobs, export income and growth in society.Funding information: depending on the grant type, you can apply for up to DKK 25,000 or up to DKK 50,000Deadline: Sep 28, 2020.
35. Call for Proposals, European Commission (EU)Preparatory Action on Media literacy for All which aims at boosting media literacy in Europe through pursuing innovation and collaboration across media literacy communities within the EU, including by building on and scaling up existing solutions.Funding information: total EUR 500,000; depending on the quality of the proposals, the Commission expects to fund 2 – 5 projects.Deadline: Sep 30, 2020.
36. Call for Projects, Strategic Innovation Program IoT, Vinnova (Sweden)Call is looking for projects with ideas on how the Internet of Things (IoT) can be used in the public sector to achieve a higher quality of life for people in Sweden.Funding information: Preparation project: max. SEK 300,000. Prototype development project: max. SEK 2,000,000. Projects for implementation: max. 5,000,000 SEK per project.Deadline: Sep 30, 2020.
37. U.S. Embassy Port of Spain Public Affairs Section (PAS) Annual ProgramPublic Affairs Office in the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain of the U.S. Department of State announced an open competition for assistance awards through this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). The purpose of funding projects is to further contributions to economic growth and the development of human and government capacity in Trinidad and Tobago, while developing people-to-people, institutional, and economic ties between the US and Trinidad and Tobago.Award information: may range from a minimum of USD 500 to a maximum of USD 20,000.Deadline: Sep 30, 2020.
38. r4d Program launches Second Call for Transformation Accelerating GrantsSecond Call for Transformation accelerating grants (TAGs) that allow teams of r4d researchers and implementing partners (e.g. policy makers, the private sector, development practitioners) to make use of the knowledge, tools and technologies developed within r4d projects through translation and implementation initiatives. TAGs focus on co-creation, social learning, technology transfer and transformative actions with the ultimate aim to accelerate transformation towards sustainable development and reduce poverty in countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America.Award information: A total budget of about CHF 800,000 is availableDeadline: Oct 12, 2020.
39. New Early Career Grants, National GeographicDesigned to offer less experienced individuals an opportunity to lead a project. Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of application submission but are not required to have an advanced degree. Focus areas: changing planet, human journey, and wildlife.Funding information: projects typically funded for USD 5,000 and cannot exceed USD 10,000.Deadline: Oct 21, 2020.
40. CLÁR-Funding for Small-Scale Rural Projects (Ireland)The CLÁR program (CeantarLagaÁrd-Riachtanais) provides funding for small-scale infrastructural projects in rural areas. CLÁR aims to support sustainable development in identified areas by attracting people to live and work there. The funding works in conjunction with local funding and on the basis of locally identified priorities. The scheme is funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development. It is delivered by local authorities in consultation with groups in local communities.Award information: EUR 5 millionDeadline: Oct 28, 2020.
41. Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program, NOAA (USA)Funds projects that address the needs of fishing communities, optimize economic benefits by building and maintaining sustainable fisheries, and increase other opportunities to keep working waterfronts viable.Funding information: max. funding amount is USD 300,000Deadline: Nov 20, 2020.
42. Local Community Grants, Walmart Foundation (USA)Open to organizations, government agencies, colleges and universities with a proposed project that benefits the community at large. To provide funding directly from Walmart and Sam’s Club facilities to local organizations in the U.S.Funding information: grants range from a minimum of USD 250 to a maximum of USD 5,000Deadline: Dec 31, 2020.
43. Call for Proposals, DIM ELICIT (France)To support projects developing innovative technologies and methods regarding the analysis, diagnosis and/or treatment to fight SARS-CoV-2. The technologies targeted in this call will have to belong to at least one Core technologies and one End-user applications.Funding information: EUR 15,000 for running and/or staff costs (66% max of total cost without VAT); and/or EUR 30,000 for equipment (66% max of total cost without VAT)Deadline: Dec 31, 2020.
44. Call for Proposals, Government of CanadaThe Local Food Infrastructure Fund (LFIF) program is part of the Government of Canada’s Food Policy which is the country’s roadmap for a healthier and more sustainable food system. It aims to strengthen food systems and to facilitate access to safe and nutritious food for at-risk populations.Funding information: Applicants may submit a proposal for a min. of CAD 5,000 to a max. of CAD 250,000Deadline: Dec 31, 2023.
45. New Call for Proposals, Social Science Research CouncilAs part of the Just Tech program, seeks proposals from across the social sciences and related fields that address the risks, opportunities, and challenges posed by public health surveillance stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic.Funding information: awards will range from USD 5,000 to 10,000, with larger amounts directed to projects committed to research partnershipsDeadline: ongoing
46. New Collaborate Pacific, New Zealand Foreign Affairs and Trade (see eligible Pacific countries)Aims to support effective governance, leadership, regional cooperation, and sustainable development in the Pacific. Does this through support to one-off, small scale activities that tackle issues that matter to the region. Recognizes that partnership, capacity building, people-to-people links, and knowledge-sharing are critical to ownership of development processes.Deadline: ongoing
47. Global Water Futures – Affiliate Projects
The goal of the program is to deliver risk management solutions – informed by leading-edge water science and supported by innovative decision-making tools – to manage water futures in Canada and other cold regions where global warming is changing landscapes, ecosystems, and the water environment.
Deadline: There is no associated closing date with applications.
48. Call for Applications, Urgent Action Fund (Africa)Urgent Action Fund-Africa is expanding its COVID-19 response towards supporting women, transgender and gender non-conforming defenders with disabilities to: develop and widely disseminate messages and information about the disease in disability friendly formats, simplify and/or translate complex COVID 19 information, and provide practical resources.Funding information: up to USD 8,000Deadline: applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
49. COVID-19 Young Leaders FundProgram is designed to support young leaders who are tackling the Covid-19 pandemic on the frontlines. Applicants should be focused on SDGs 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8. One Young World will prioritize initiatives which can use the funds to impact the maximum number of people to the greatest extent.Funding information: One Young World recommends requesting between GBP 2,500 – GBP 10,000.Deadline: Program is open on an ongoing basis.
50. Global Innovation Fund (GIF)
This program seeks to invest in social innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people in the developing world. Open to funding innovations in any sector as long as they can demonstrate their innovation improves the lives of those living on less than USD 5 PPP per day.
Range: USD 50,000 – 15,000,000
Deadline: Program is open on an ongoing basis.
Fellowships and other opportunities
1. Request for Expression of Interest, Sida/HELVETAS (Easter Europe & Western Balkans)Overarching objective of the program is to enable women and men, particularly young people, and those from disadvantaged and excluded groups to benefit from economic opportunities by increasing their income and taking up decent employment/self-employment.Deadline: Jul 3, 2020.
2. Indigenous Communities Fellowship, MIT Solve (United States)Seeks solutions by Native innovators across the US that consider both technology and traditional knowledge to support and scale positive impact.Funding information: All solutions selected will receive a USD 10,000 grant.Deadline: Jul 7, 2020.
3. Call for Digital Solutions, ENGIE North America (USA)Seeking digital solutions to enable/strengthen engagement and participation of a city’s residents with ENGIE and the city during the implementation of energy, infrastructure projects in cities across North America.Deadline: Jul 10, 2020.
4. SDG Champions Program (Nigeria)The Nigeria Youth SDGs Network (NGYouthSDGs) is on a drive to expand and engage more young people in achieving the 2030 Agenda with a focus on human capacity development and access to decent work.Deadline: Jul 15, 2020.
5. John G. Bene Fellowship 2020, International Development Research Centre (Canada)Trees and People: Resilience in a Changing Climate. Covers field research expenses for advanced master’s or doctoral students who intend to conduct their field research in one or more developing countries. Funds may be used to collect data and samples in the field, conduct interviews or surveys with local populations, and organize focus groups or workshops. Candidates must use findings from their field research to write their thesis.Award information: one award of a maximum of CAD 15,000Deadline: Jul 15, 2020.
6. Mekong Cultural Hub and British Council launch 2021 SEA ProgramSEA is a program co-created by Mekong Cultural Hub and British Council which creates space for cultural practitioners to reflect on how their work in arts and culture can contribute to sustainable development within South East Asia through their individual and collective leadership. It has 4 main gatherings spread over a one-year period. Each gathering takes place in a different country and has a unique purpose: exchange, create, share then reflect.Deadline: Jul 15, 2020.
7. New SN Bose Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme, The World Academy of SciencesFellowship programme for foreign scholars from developing countries who wish to pursue postdoctoral research in physical sciences for a minimum period of six months to a maximum period of twelve months.Deadline: Jul 31, 2020.
8. Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, The World Academy of Sciences-Council of Scientific and Industrial Research of India (developing countries in the South)For young scientists from developing countries (other than India) who wish to pursue postdoctoral research in emerging areas in science and technology for which facilities are available in laboratories and institutes of the CSIR of India.Deadline: Jul 31, 2020.
9. Tech Fellowship, Global Forest Watch
Seeking forest protection advocates who are passionate about using technology for forest monitoring from a variety of sectors including: science, journalism, law enforcement, advocacy and conservation. Fellowship program is one-year long and offers opportunities for skill-building, networking and mentorship. Program includes participation in a four-day tech camp and the 2019 GFW Summit in Washington, D.C. Fellows will receive a stipend and access to funds for related activities.
Deadline: The call for applications opens on February 15, 2019 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The Fellowship will run from June 2019 through May 2020.
10. Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship 2020A shared initiative of The Nippon Foundation, the University for Peace (UPEACE), and Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU). The objective of the program is to train young Asian professionals to become peacebuilding practitioners, ready to take up leading positions in organizations across the globe. In particular, the program serves to strengthen the representation of Asian professionals with expertise in Asian issues.Deadline: Aug 14, 2020.
11. New Call for Projects, UEFA Foundation for ChildrenAimed at any organization that shares the values of the UEFA foundation and proposes practical measures to help children, in the areas of access to sport, health, education, employment, personal development and supporting vulnerable children.Deadline: Aug 15, 2020.
12. New Call for Applications, Fellow Programme, Institute for Advanced Sustainability StudiesWelcomes proposals that envisage active collaboration with IASS researchers and aim to achieve joint outputs with one or more of the institute’s research groups: perception, values, orientation; democratic transformations; governance for the environment and society; systemic interdependencies: technology, nature, society; energy systems and societal change; forums: science, policy and society.Deadline: Aug 23, 2020.
13. Call for Submissions, MY World 360° and SDG Action CampaignCreators of all ages, countries and languages can bring the global community closer together by capturing actions that are making a difference in response to Covid-19, thereby sharing their vision of a post-pandemic world that meets the Sustainable Development Goals.Deadline: Aug 31, 2020.
14. German Chancellor Fellowship for Tomorrow’s Leaders (BRICS & USA)Offers you an opportunity to take the next career step in Germany – irrespective of your field of work. In order to apply, develop your own project idea and find the host of your choice to mentor you.Deadline: Sep 15, 2020.
15. Call for Female Applicants: AIMS-Canada Research Chairs in Climate Change Science, International Development Research Centre, Canada and Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Each Chair will be provided up to USD 970,000 over a four-year period and tasked with executing a world-class research program able to contribute significantly towards building both the human capital and the scientific knowledgebase required to solve important climate change-related problems in Africa and beyond.
The application process will remain open until suitable candidates are identified.
16. Scholarship for Displaced Students, Columbia UniversitySupports displaced students from anywhere in the world who are unable to complete their higher education. These students will receive full tuition, housing, and living assistance while pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees across all 18 Columbia schools and affiliates. Scholarship aims to shift the global dialogue surrounding displaced persons, from one that views them as a burden to one that recognizes them as vital contributors to global innovation and prosperity.
17. Partnering for Change: Link Research to Societal Challenges, University of BaselCourse: How can we address societal challenges with research? Investigate the principles, processes, and uses of transdisciplinarity. Topics include: transdisciplinary projects on sustainable development, migration, and health.