The Channel: Accepting Applications for Courageous Advocacy Grant


Deadline: 22 October 2018

The Channel is seeking projects strategically advocating for courageous change when it comes to LGBTIQ+ Rights in Australia.

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The Courageous Advocacy grant round will fund any of the below activities/approaches provided they are in pursuit of a positive policy advocacy outcome for Australian LGBTIQ+ communities. Different advocacy approaches will be suited to different circumstances and issues. Some deal with urgent issues, others focus on building a longer-term evidence base for change. A variety of approaches is often used to address an issue at different stages of a campaign. These may include:

  • RESEARCH AND DISSEMINATION
    • Credible research is an excellent tool for raising the profile of a problem and explaining the ongoing impact of a policy or condition on LGBTIQ+ individuals and communities.
  • RAISING AWARENESS
    • Increasing public consciousness to advance action on an issue (because key parts of society are often not fully aware of LGBTIQ+ issues or their impacts). These efforts can take many forms, including communication through the media, advertising, speeches to influential audiences and directly promoting the charity’s purpose, or the interests of their beneficiaries, to elected representatives and public officials.
  • COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
    • LGBTIQ+ communities organizing on their own behalf so that those most affected by a particular issue are able to voice their concerns and promote their interests with government officials and powerful private entities.
  • GRASSROOTS MOBILIZATION
    • Demonstrating broad-based public support for policy change. Mobilizing coalitions to visit elected representatives or to generate greater public awareness of LGBTIQ+ issues.
  • POLICY DEVELOPMENT
    • Developing policy options to aid change. Providing advocates, elected representatives, policy makers, and others with credible suggestions for solving problems and goals to rally around.

Funding Information

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The Channel is making their biggest grant ever in their final round for 2018: $20,000

Eligibility Criteria

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  • All projects must be fully conducted within Australia and be for the benefit of Australian LGBTIQ+ communities.
  • Applicant organisations must be a registered charity that is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DRG) item 1, or apply under the auspices of a registered charity with this endorsement. Please get in touch if applicants would like assistance finding an auspice partner. If applicants are an LGBTIQ+ organisation with DGR, consider applying OR partnering with a non-DGR organisation who wishes to apply. Again, The Channel is available to assist with this and encourage applications through this kind of arrangement.
  • The Channel will look favourably upon projects that:
    • are willing to take a risk / agitate for change / get way outside the comfort zone!
    • are community-led;
    • take an intersectional approach;
    • focus on areas that are particularly under-funded and/or have low awareness;
    • have marginalised LGBTIQ+ communities at their centre, eg. refugees and asylum seekers, people of colour, Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people experiencing homelessness, trans and gender diverse people.
    • can demonstrate a consideration of longer term sustainability where applicable.

How to Apply

Interested applicants can contact The Channel for the application process via given website.

Eligible Country: Australia

For more information, please visit The Channel.

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