Grants & Fellowships
Fellowships to Support an Enabling Legal Framework for Civil Society
The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are pleased to announce the availability of:
- One new research fellowship for individuals from Myanmar. Learn more and apply.
- Three new research fellowships for individuals from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Learn more and apply.
- Two new research fellowships for individuals from the Middle East/North Africa. Learn more and apply.
Freedom of Association Fund - Middle East and North Africa
ICNL is pleased to announce a Freedom of Association Fund for the Middle East and North Africa region. The Fund will support innovative, results-oriented activities designed to promote the right to freedom of association or civil society law reform in the region. The Fund will provide grants to support domestic efforts to create a more enabling environment for civil society. Grants will be in the amount of $5,000 - $10,000. Learn more and apply.
The Freedom of Association Fund for the Middle East and North Africa is supported by USAID through a sub-award from the Freedom House Democracy Fund Global Human Rights Program.
Lifeline: The Embattled CSO Assistance Fund
ICNL is pleased to invite applications from civil society organizations (CSOs) for Lifeline grants to support short-term, discrete advocacy initiatives that seek to support civil society law reform. Grant amounts may not exceed $20,000. Learn more and apply.
ICNL is part of the civil society consortium led by Freedom House implementing Lifeline: the Embattled CSO Assistance Fund. This call for applications is issued pursuant to the Lifeline Fund.
Call for Research Project Applications in Bangladesh
Through a research grant, ICNL will support a local partner in preparing a research paper that analyzes the disparate regulatory treatment of foreign financial flows to various categories of recipients. Specifically, the research study should address the existing procedures and impediments relating to the flow of foreign funds to not-for-profit organizations (NPOs), for-profit companies (FPOs), and private individuals in Bangladesh, particularly in light of state measures to prevent terrorist financing. Learn more and apply.