Grant Opportunities

DFAT accepting Applications for Australia Korea Foundation Grants Program

DFAT accepting Applications for Australia Korea Foundation Grants Program


Deadline: 21-Jun-21

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is accepting applications for its Australia Korea Foundation Grants to support people-to-people and institutional engagement between Australia and Korea and encourages eligible individuals and organizations to apply.

Objectives

The objectives of the Australian-Korea Foundation (AKF) are to:
increase public awareness of Australia in Korea, and of Korea in Australia, and the importance of the bilateral relationship
develop partnerships in areas of shared interest in the bilateral, regional and global context
increase Australians’ capacity to effectively engage with Korea.
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Funding Information

Grant applications for a minimum of $5,000 or maximum of $40,000 per year up to three years will be considered.
It is anticipated that most grants will be between $15,000 and $30,000 per year, depending on the scope of the grant activity and its complexity.
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The maximum grant period is across three years of multi-year funding.
Expected Outcomes

The expected outcomes of the Program are:

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strengthened bilateral relationships in areas of mutual interest with particular countries and regions,
international networks, collaboration and connections between institutions and communities to build understanding, trust and influence,
enhanced Australian international reputation and reach through the promotion of our economic, creative and cultural, sporting, innovation and science, and education assets, and
increased understanding of Australians of the cultures and opportunities in each of these countries
Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible you must:
be one of the following entity types:
an Australian entity with an Australian Business Number (ABN), Australian Company Number (ACN), or Indigenous Corporation Number (ICN)
an Australian consortium with a lead organisation
an Australian registered charity or not-for-profit organisation
an Australian local government body
an Australian State/Territory government body
a Corporate Commonwealth Entity
an Australian statutory authority
be an Australian or permanent resident of Australia
be a citizen or organisation from the Republic of Korea
be a well-established organisation in the Republic of Korea with a business purpose to advocate for Australian business, education and/or cultural interests
be already based in Australia or the Republic of Korea or able to travel to the Republic of Korea from a third country amidst current COVID-19 travel restrictions.
be willing to provide or develop child protection guidelines that meets the Child Protection Policy Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for your project if it involves people under the age of 18 years.
Who is not eligible to apply for a grant?

You are not eligible to apply if you are:

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an organization, or your project partner is an organization, included on the National Redress Scheme’s website on the list of ‘Institutions that have not joined or signified their intent to join the Scheme’
Not an Australian, a permanent resident of Australia or an Australian organisation and you are not a citizen of, or organization from the Republic of Korea
A previous applicant who has failed to provide a full and proper acquittal of an earlier IRGP grant
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