How can systemic inequalities be addressed and reduced? The Robert Bosch Stiftung wants to learn with and from partner organisations that bring hands-on experience with applying intersectional approaches to challenge inequalities.
The program is open to projects from a broad range of contexts that engage with differing dimensions of inequalities. Projects should demonstrate the relevance of intersectional approaches and present practical methods and tools for their wider application. Because climate change, migration, peace and technological change are of special interest to the Foundation, proposals that target inequalities related to these themes are welcome.
However, projects that engage with other areas are absolutely encouraged, and they will not be disadvantaged if they have no link with the aforementioned themes.
Applicants are expected to bring significant knowledge and hands-on experience with using intersectional approaches in their efforts to reduce inequalities. Approaches that reflect the core tenets of intersectionality but do not use this term in an explicit sense are also included within this rubric.
Budgets are generally expected to range from €25,000 to €60,000.
Expressions of interest must be submitted by: 14 August 2020