National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020-25 Grant Program – Round One (Australia)
The Australian Government is pleased to announce applications for National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020-25 Grant Program – Round One.
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The National Security and Criminal Justice Program: National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020–25 Grant Program (the program) provides grants to civil society, business and industry groups, and academia to deliver community based projects to combat modern slavery in Australia and research to support evidence-based policy on modern slavery in Australia.
The program will support the implementation of Australia’s National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020–25 (the National Action Plan) and sits within the Department of Home Affairs Portfolio’s Outcome 1 (Program 1.7 National Security and Criminal Justice), which is focused on the protection of Australia’s sovereignty, security and safety.
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The National Action Plan provides the strategic framework for Australia’s response to modern slavery over the next 5 years and is guided by 5 National Strategic Priorities:
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Up to $1.7 million (GST exclusive) is available over 2 years for this grant opportunity.
The grant funding will be provided from 2021–22 to 2022–23.
The maximum grant amount is $250,000 (GST exclusive) for projects within streams one to 3. It is anticipated that up to 6 applications will be funded.
The maximum grant amount will be between $100,000 – $200,000 (GST exclusive) for projects under stream four. It is anticipated that up to 2 applications will be funded.
The maximum grant period is 2 years. You must complete your project within 24 months of execution of the grant agreement.
This grant opportunity is a targeted competitive grant selection process. The Australian Border Force considers that this is an appropriate type of selection process considering the nature of the grant is specifically dependent on the limited field of specialist and reputable not-for-profit, non-government and private sector organizations, and academia operating in the anti-slavery space.
For more information, visit https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/modern-slavery-2020-25-grant-program-round-one