Feminist Review Trust

Health & Social Care

The Feminist Review Trust offer grants of up to £15,000 to fully or partially fund:

  • Hard to fund projects. Some types of projects are difficult to fund. Typically these projects have no other obvious sources of funding. This might mean, for example, that traditional academic sources are either not interested in the area or that it is an activist project or that it is too feminist for most conventional funding sources. For example the Trust supported the writing and publication of the history of Rape Crisis in Scotland and the translation and updating sections of ‘Women and Their Bodies’ into Arabic and Hebrew.
  • Pump priming activities. This means that the Trust will provide a small amount of funding to help start an activity in the hope that it will then be able attract sufficient funding to continue. For example the Trust funded a project in Argentina to strengthen the capacity of organisations promoting women’s rights and a project to provide audio visual equipment for a feminist social centre in Madrid. In each case these projects have hopefully helped to create a sustainable activity.
  • Interventionist projects which support feminist values. It is often difficult for projects around core feminist concerns such as abortion rights and domestic violence to find funding. For example the Trust has supported Asylum Aid (an independent charity workshop with asylum seekers in the UK) to promote its ‘Charter of Rights’ for Women Seeking Asylum. The Trust has also supported the 40th Anniversary Campaign of Abortion Rights in the UK, a documentary about abortion in Trinidad and Tobago and a feminist art studio in Tbilisi, Georgia.
  • Training and development projects: The Trust will fund projects which provide training in relevant areas. For example, the Trust has funded English lessons for sex workers in London; leadership skills training for women in the voluntary sector and volunteer training as Glasgow Women’s Library.
  • One off events: The Trust supported Cine25 as part of the celebrations of 25 years of Women’s Studies at the University of York (UK); a seminar for the Lileth Project (a violence against women housing related project), and a workshop on the gender dimensions of Bulgarian Immigration Policy.
  • Dissemination: The Trust will fund the production and distribution of relevant material. For example the Trust have supported the production of a booklet on Asian women’s experiences of higher education in the UK and the distribution of publications by the Rights of Women (a non-profit UK group)
  • Core funding: The Trust realise that many groups struggle to raise core funding. The Trustees are willing to offer core funding to cover staff costs, accommodation etc., except in instances where applicants are seeking core funding to replace funding lost as a result of public sector cuts.
  • Other projects: if your application does not easily fit into any of the above categories the Feminist Review Trust may still support it. For example, the Trust has funded a project to capture oral histories of women’s experiences of the menopause. The Trust recommends applicants contact them to discuss eligibility prior to submitting an application.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Three rounds per year as follows:

  • Round One: 31 January 2018 deadline. Decision made 30 April.
  • Round Two: 30 April 2018 deadline. Decision made 15 September.
  • Round Three: 30 September 2018 deadline. Decision 15 December.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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