Copyright Licensing New Zealand seeking Applications for Contestable Fund Grants ($120,000)
Deadline: 29 April 2020
Applications are now open for a special round of Contestable Fund Grants with $120,000 available.
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Copyright Licensing New Zealand is running a Special Round of its Contestable Fund Grants in order to support short-term projects that have arisen or been developed to respond to the changed environment in the New Zealand writing and publishing sector during COVID-19.
Applications are invited for projects that have clearly defined and measurable project outcomes, including projects that:
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Respond to the opportunities and challenges presented by the pandemic
Develop the professional skills of writers, including those who write for an education audience
Seek to grow export markets for New Zealand published content
Demonstrate innovation in the creation and distribution of New Zealand published content
Use online platforms to enhance the profile of New Zealand publishing and/or published content, including to international/export markets
Are able to be completed by 30 September 2020
Applicants must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or New Zealand based organisations.
Applications for projects that involve several organisations or individuals are welcome. When making a collaborative application, applicants are asked to name one party as a lead applicant.
Applicants may make more than one application and may apply for more than one project.
In this Special Round, an allocation of $120,000 is available. The number of successful projects is not predetermined and will depend on the individual merits of the applications received and the recommendations of the CLNZ Contestable Fund Selection Panel.
Applicants are asked to set out the funding requirements of their project in their application. All successful applicants will have demonstrated a clear case for the amount of funding sought in their application, including a project budget. The funding requested should be appropriate for the scale and reach of the project and take into account contributions from any partners or other funders.
For more information, visit http://www.copyright.co.nz/