Applications are open for the Knowledge Management Fund 2019. The Knowledge Management Fund is the Knowledge Platform’s instrument to financially support activities arising from its network. The small-scale grants awarded by the Fund offer a low barrier to entry for innovative, agile and experimental proposals. Also, The aim of proposals is to diversify thinking and evidence in the Security & Rule of Law (SRoL) field, particularly in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Settings (FCAS).
Furthermore, The KMF is a €300,000 annual fund that awards grants of up to €15,000 for events, research ideas and other initiatives that contribute to improving the quality of knowledge generated by the SRoL field, and its subsequent uptake.
- The KMF is a €300,000 annual fund that awards grants of up to €15,000 for events, research ideas and also, other initiatives that contribute to improving the quality of knowledge generated by the SRoL field, and its subsequent uptake.
- The grant is open to any consortium or individual with the ambition to improve policies, programs or knowledge in the field of security and rule of law in fragile and conflict-affected countries. Think-tanks, (I)NGOs, academics, universities, private sector organizations, government institutions, journalists, independent researchers, data specialists, learning experts, and also, PhD candidates are all welcome to submit proposals.
- Partnerships between individuals and organizations are highly encouraged, particularly partnerships that link people from different global regions.
All applications should:
- Explain how the project aligns with one of the Platform’s Thematic Headlines
- Describe the specific knowledge and/or capacity gap to be addressed, and argue its urgency
- likewise, Describe how the project will be both unique and applicable to the SRoL field
- Demonstrate a clear benefit to the larger Platform community through identifying a minimum of two accessible deliverables
- Similarly, Clearly define the change sought and strategy to effect that change
- Display the ambition to build upon the proposed project in the future
- Further, Have an original idea or approach