An online Q&A session for potential applicants to the EdJAM call for commissioned research on Wednesday 6th October 2021. It will be held in English.
Local event times:
1200-1400 BST/1300-1500 CEST/1400-1600 EAT/1600-1800 PKT/1800-2000 ICT
If you were not able to attend this workshop you can watch the recording here and download the slides here
This session will be led by Uganda-based EdJAM Co-Investigator Abiti Nelson.
This workshop will be held in English you can find the dates of workshops held in Spanish here
Este taller se llevará a cabo en inglés. Puedes encontrar las fechas de los talleres en español aquí.
Please note that this event will be recorded. If you have any queries, please contact: email@example.com
EdJAM Funding Call – Proposals into creative approaches to teaching and learning about the violent past
The Education Justice and Memory Network (EdJAM) is calling for proposals to support and explore creative approaches to teaching and learning about the violent past. Our funding is for projects based in low and middle-income countries on the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee’s List of Overseas Development Assistance Recipients.
Opening Date: Wednesday 8th September 2021
Deadline for proposals: Wednesday 20th October 2021 at 16:00 BST.
Maximum Budget: £25,000 GBP
Project timelines: Maximum 9 months, starting 1 February 2022
We plan to fund between 13-19 projects that align with the EdJAM values and do at least one of the following:
- Develop and use creative approaches, pedagogies and/or practices that open spaces for dialogue and learning about past violence and injustice and their legacies in the present.
- Research the impact of ongoing initiatives to teach and learn about the violent past.
- Develop and share materials (including, but not limited to, exhibitions, curricular resources, digital materials, artwork, theatre) to support dialogue around past violence and injustice and their legacies in the present.
- Develop new theoretical, methodological and/or conceptual understandings around teaching and learning about the violent past.
Proposals are invited from researchers, civil society organizations, artists, educators and activists. We encourage proposals that work collaboratively and in participatory ways with those their projects aim to benefit and engage, attending to issues of power throughout the process. The Project Lead should be based at or hosted by an organization which will hold and manage the budget. We welcome applications from researchers early in their career, first time grant holders and those who have held research grants before.
This session will answer any questions you have about the application process
Learn more about EdJAM’s funding call and download the application pack here