Jo Cox Memorial Strengthening grants are open to applications from smaller organisations registered in the UK, one of the lowest 50 countries in the UN HDI, or in a country considered to be of high or moderate fragility. Grants between £50,000 and £100,000 are available for projects of 2-3 years, for organisations with an annual income below £500,000.
The grants will be made across 2 thematic areas close to Jo’s heart:
Theme 1: Women’s social, economic and political empowerment through supporting women-led civil society. This thematic area will support civil society to take an integrated approach to gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls – to tackle the combined and simultaneous disadvantages girls and women experience – in different areas and at different times of their lives. This will include contexts where space for these civic actors is closing or at risk.
For more information on theme 1 specifically, click here for detailed overview.
Theme 2: Strengthening civil society capacity for early prediction of identity-based violence including mass atrocities; and amplifying and supporting response to early warnings in order to prompt timely and effective interventions that prevent escalation and better protect populations from the threat of violence.
For more information on theme 2 specifically, click here for detailed overview.
Applying for a Jo Cox Memorial Strengthening grant is a 1 stage process – the submission of a detailed concept note.
Full applications could be submitted from Wednesday 4 April.
The closing date for submitting these was Wednesday 13 June at 17:00 (GMT).