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- the use of ‘soft’, rather than ‘hard’ power as a first line of response to conflict within society and around the world
- the de-legitimisation of violence as a tool for responding to conflict, securing interests or projecting power
- a culture of human rights and non-violent problem-solving, promoted at all levels of society.
Challenging militarism: The Trust is interested in funding work which:
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- highlights and holds the UK government to account for the human, economic, environmental and security costs of militarised responses to conflict
- scrutinises and challenges the use of new technology for warfare
- exposes and challenges the economic drivers of war, especially the arms trade
- highlights and challenges the culture and values of militarism in the UK
- promotes conscientious objection to military service as a globally recognised and applied human right.
Scrutiny of counter-terrorism measures in the context of human rights and peacebuilding: The Trust is interested in funding work which:
- promotes greater transparency and accountability in relation to government counter-terrorism policy
- challenges state abuses of power in relation to counter-terrorism
- advocates policy responses to the use of terror tactics which address their underlying causes
- challenges the use of counter-terrorism policies which foment conflict or undermine opportunities to build peace.
Building support for alternative approaches to defence and security: The Trust is interested in funding work which:
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- articulates and builds support for models of defence and security which address the root causes of conflict and injustice, and which are based on non-violence, dialogue and mediation, human rights and environmental sustainability
- addresses the risks of nuclear weapons and articulates options for non-nuclear security
- offers ideas and action on the re-shaping of violent masculinities which underpin the military system
- promotes the understanding and effective practice of non-violence in social change.
- JRCT is interested in funding work which:
- is about removing problems through radical solutions, and not simply about making problems easier to live with
- has a clear sense of objectives, and of how to achieve them
- is innovative and imaginative
- and where the grant has a good chance of making a difference.
- Within its areas of interest, the Trust makes grants to a range of organisations and to individuals.
- If you are based outside the UK and you are registered as a charitable organistion in your local jurisdiction, you may apply for general support if all of your work fits within their published programmes, and the following criteria are also met:
- your organisation is governed by an unpaid board
- your organisation is not for profit
- your organisation’s formal purposes fall within the list of charitable purposes recognised within English law.
For more information, visit https://www.jrct.org.uk/peace-and-security
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