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Thomson Reuters Foundation — Reporting Land Rights Training for Indian Journalists

The Thomson Reuters Foundation seeks participants for a four-day workshop on reporting land rights in New Delhi, India (6-9 August 2019). Journalists with outstanding story ideas on property rights will receive training, editorial support and limited funding to help them realize their stories. The program will cover airfare, lodging, and subsistence for Indian journalists from outside Delhi. Eligibility extends to journalists working for domestic media (print, radio, TV, online). Applicants must be fluent in English. Applications have to be submitted by 05 July 2019. About

Government of India — India-Czech Bilateral Scientific and Technological Cooperation

The Department of Science & Technology (DST) and the and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Czech invite joint proposals under the India-Czech Scientific and Technological Cooperation Programme. Relevant priority areas under this call are (1) natural sciences and biotechnology; and (2) research of climate change, environment and energy; among others. The program will consider a realistic budget for manpower, consumables, and travel expenses (for exchange visits). The duration of each project should be three years. Closing date to receive joint projects is 31 July 2019. Information

Taronga Conservation Society — Field Conservation Grants 2019

The Taronga Field Conservation Program invites applications for conservation projects. Taronga gives funding and support to conservation projects that help protect and regenerate habitats, stop poaching and trafficking of wildlife, and reduce conflict between communities and wildlife. Taronga will support the field-based conservation programs with grants of up to $20 thousand. Eligibility for funding extends to NGOs, community groups, and individuals. The deadline for proposals is 31 July 2019. Find the field conservation grants

TravelGrants — Travel4Good

TravelGrants makes small travel grants to activists, changemakers, charities, students, social media influencers, and artists. Applicants may submit proposals, essays, films or audio, clips, poems, photos, or presentations to show how their travel will change them and the world around them. The winner will receive a US$500 travel grant. Participation is open to any individual or organization in any country. The deadline for submission is 7 August 2019. More

Government of India — Indo-Poland Joint Research Programme

The Department of Science & Technology (DST) and the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange, invite proposals for joint research projects in the following scientific areas: i) Natural Sciences; ii) Engineering and Technology; iii) Medical and Health Sciences; iv) Agricultural Sciences. The fund will cover research expenses, exchange of visits for research projects, international air travel, and the cost of furnished accommodation for approved research visits. The duration of each project should be two years. The deadline for the submission of proposals is 14 August 2019. More information

Canadian International Development Research Center — Women’s Participation in Science

The IDRC aims to increase the participation of women and other underrepresented groups in STEM fields by eliminating or reducing systemic barriers. The available budget per grant is between CA$200 thousand and CA$500 thousand. This call is open to research institutions, consortia, or non-governmental organizations with a strong presence in eligible low and middle-income countries. The regions of research focus are Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, LAC, and Sub-Saharan Africa. The submission deadline is 15 August 2019. Find the call

UK Natural Environment Research Council — The Role of the Southern Ocean in Climate Change

The aim of this Research Programme is to provide the scientific basis to inform international climate policy of the role of the Southern Ocean (SO) carbon system in climate change. Under this call, two proposals will funded at a maximum cost of £325 thousand each. Proposals are invited to all projects are required to have a principal investigator based in a UK research organisation. The closing date for proposals is 19 September 2019. Find the call

United Nations — Ocean Law Fellowship Programme

The United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (DOALOS) and the Nippon Foundation seek applications for a 9-month Fellowship Programme. The Programme seeks to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to assist developing States towards the formulation of comprehensive ocean law and policy. To be eligible, applicants must be nominated by their government. The application deadline is 13 September 2019. Applicants can apply online via this website