Grants & Fellowships
Fellowships to Promote Research on the Legal Framework for Civil Society
The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) is pleased to announce the availability of 4 new research fellowships. The fellowships will provide the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC for up to 4 weeks during September-December 2016 to conduct research on the legal framework for civil society. Read more.
Call for Proposals: ICNL Educational Initiatives in Asia
ICNL is inviting written proposals from eligible applicants in Asia who would like to create, refine or expand a course addressing the legal framework for civil society and to integrate that course into the university curriculum. Deadline: May 31, 2017. Read more
Call for Expressions of Interest: ICNL Educational Initiatives in Latin America Un LLamado para Expresiones de Interes: Iniciativas Universitarias en Latinoamerica
ICNL is inviting written expressions of interest from eligible applicants in Latin America who would like to create, refine or expand a course addressing the legal framework for civil society and to integrate that course into the university curriculum. Deadline: December 31, 2016. ICNL invita expresiones de interés por escrito de solicitantes elegibles de América Latina interesados en crear, mejorar, o hacer crecer un curso universitario sobre el marco legal de la sociedad civil, y para integrar el curso en el plan académico de la Universidad. Read more Leer más
Lifeline: The Embattled CSO Assistance Fund
ICNL is part of the civil society consortium led by Freedom House implementing Lifeline: the Embattled CSO Assistance Fund. This fund, which is supported by 17 governments and 2 foundations, provides emergency financial assistance to civil society organizations under threat or attack and advocacy support responding to broader threats to civil society. ICNL grant support focuses on civil society law reform.Applications for advocacy support are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information, please contact Lifeline@icnl.org.