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British Council’s Establishing Inclusive and Imaginative Economies (DICE) Cooperation Grants 2018 (approximately ₤ 2million)

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British Council’s Establishing Inclusive and Imaginative Economies (DICE) Cooperation Grants 2018 (approximately ₤ 2million)

Due Date: Varies by Nation (See Listed Below)

Applications are welcomed for the British Council’s Establishing Inclusive and Imaginative Economies (DICE) Cooperation Grants 2018 The DICE Fund belongs to the larger DICE program which was established to deal with established problems of joblessness and unequal financial development in 6 nations.

2 kinds of grants are granted through the DICE Fund: Scoping and Organisation Advancement Grants and Cooperation Grants. These grants are collectively granted to collaborations consisting of a UK-based organisation and a partner in another DICE nation.

The partners make use of the grants to co-design and co-deliver interventions that support the advancement of innovative and social business that particularly intend to:

  • Empower ladies and women;-LRB- **************).
  • Foster youth work; and/or
  • Promote the addition and financial empowerment of handicapped individuals or other marginalised groups.

Grants

  • The DICE Fund will award ₤ 2 million in grants to support the development of innovative and social business in Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Africa and the UK.

Eligibility

Propositions need to satisfy the following requirements to receive Cooperation Grants:

  • Each proposition need to have one Principal Candidate from the UK and one Principal Candidate from a minimum of among the following DICE nations: Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan and South Africa;-LRB- **************).
  • Jobs need to occur in between the UK and a minimum of one DICE nation, with effect created to mainly occur in the DICE nation. Most of the task’s advancement and shipment need to occur in the DICE nation;-LRB- **************).
  • Both (or all) of the Principal Candidates need to have the capability to administer the grant;-LRB- **************).
  • A minimum of among the Principal Candidates need to be an intermediary;-LRB- **************).
  • The 2nd Principal Candidate can be an intermediary, or a private business, consultancy or training organisation;-LRB- **************).
  • Candidates need to straight serve or support the advancement and fortifying of a numerous variety of innovative and social business;-LRB- **************).
  • Candidates need to have the ability to show how they attend to, or how they prepare to attend to the top priorities of the DICE program in several locations (particularly, ladies and women’ empowerment, significant youth work; or/ and handicapped individuals’ addition) Candidates need to likewise discuss how they plan to produce an enduring favorable lead to the social and innovative business environment in the DICE nation;-LRB- **************).
  • Candidates are accountable for guaranteeing they have entry rights into either DICE Nation or the UK. The British Council does decline any obligation for handling any visa requirements, other than when it comes to, where the British Council group will support in releasing invite letters for the visa;-LRB- **************).
  • Principal Candidates can have a collaboration currently developed, however it is not a requirement for the grant.

Application Due Dates

  • November 11, 2018: Application due date for jobs in Brazil, Indonesia and Pakistan in collaboration with UK
  • November 18, 2018: Application due date for Egypt/ UK collaboration
  • November 25, 2018: Application due date for South Africa/ UK collaborations

Application

To register your interest in using, please total this brief study They will then send you a link and log in for the online application website.

Lastly, potential candidates need to download the DICE Cooperation Grant Spending Plan Design Template which need to be utilized to finish Area 7 of the Cooperation Grant application.

For more details, see British Council DICE Fund Cooperation Grant