Apply for a grant of up to £50,000 in the British Council Climate Change and COP26 initiative.
Open to creative commissions that bring together art, science, and digital technology and offer innovative responses to climate change, the British Council will award successful candidates the opportunity to collaborate with international partners and realize their creative ideas.
Application Deadline: December 13, 2020.
Successful candidates will-
To be eligible for grant application,
This includes demonstrating how the overseas partners or their audiences may benefit from showcasing opportunities, new networks and capacity building. Mutuality must be a central component to the international collaboration.
Applicants who are new to sustainable practice and want to include this in their businesses or work moving forward are encouraged to submit joint applications with those who have more experience in this area.
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The British Council is a scheme for creative commissions that offer innovative solutions to climate change to collaborate with individuals and organizations in the UK.
The initiative provides grant funding to help these commissions realize their creative ideas.
It aims to help them stimulate truly global conversations, bringing people from different countries, cultures and communities together to understand each other’s perspectives and to work together on creative responses and solutions to climate change.
All applications must be submitted by 13th December, 2020.
Up to 20 projects will be selected and supported.
Criteria such as the interdisciplinary and collaborative ways of working through these commissions, for example from individuals or organizations involved in arts, creativity and culture, community and civil society, science and research, education, English language teaching, youth work and more, will be considered.
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.