EdJAM is a Network Plus initiative funded by the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Global Challenges Research Funding (GCRF) Collective Programme.

Through this initiative EdJAM has a budget with which to commission research to develop and understand creative practices for teaching and learning about the violent past, with a focus on research led by colleagues in the global south, early career researchers and researchers from under-represented groups

EdJAM will launch its first call for projects up to £30,000 soon.


This funding is to support creative approaches to teaching and learning about violence and injustice and is open primarily to researchers, civil society organisations, educators, artists and activists based in countries on the OECD Development Assistance Committee List.

More details about how to apply for funding will be posted to this page soon.

Find out more about the process of applying for funding, the areas of focus, and tips on preparing applications in the recorded sessions in English or Spanish.

Please note: Due to UK government’s decision to cut Overseas Development Assistance (ODA), the EdJAM budget has been reduced. This means we will have to reduce the number of projects we can fund. For the small grants call, we will be able to fund between 10-16 projects.

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