November 13, 2020
From Anarchist Studies
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The Institute for Anarchist Studies turns 25 next year! The IAS is dedicated to furthering anarchist ideas and making them accessible to a broad audience. To celebrate a quarter century supporting radical thought, we are excited to announce the renewal of our grants program for 2021. We are currently looking for projects that focus on one of the following topics:

  • Black and Indigenous Anarchism(s)
  • Police Abolition and Alternatives
  • Mutual Aid

While we will accept proposals for written work, priority will be given to short video and multimedia projects that serve as foundations or definitions or that further education on one of the above topics, as well as to media makers of underrepresented identities who demonstrate financial need. A total of $1,000 in grant money is available, with an emphasis on smaller projects.

Submissions are now open and will close January 31, 2021.

To apply, please visit here!
 
 

IAS 2020/2021 Grant Application FAQ

Grants Open Date

  • 10/31/2020

Grants Close Date

  • 01/31/2021

Notification Date Range

  • On or before 4/30/2021

Project Delivery

  • Projects (grant work completion) delivered by spring 2022 (around 4/30/2022) or before.

Application Preparation

We recommend preparing all required information and materials in advance of beginning the application. You will need to: succinctly summarize your project, audience, and outreach plan, as well as provide a budget and timeline for completion.

Total Amount Available, Budget

  • $1,000.00. IAS will prioritize funding multiple smaller grants, over one grant for the total amount. There is not one fixed amount applicants should request (up to the $1,000 total available); amounts should specifically reflect costs in the project.
  • A budget is requested as part of the application.

Funding Topics & Media

  • We are currently seeking projects that focus on:
    • Black and Indigenous Anarchism(s)
    • Police Abolition and Alternatives
    • Mutual Aid
  • Priority will be given to: short video and multimedia projects that serve as foundations or definitions or that further education on one of the above topics; we will accept proposals for written work at this time.

Further Questions?




Source: Anarchiststudies.org