Indigenous and northern relationship development fund
UArctic and Memorial University of Newfoundland invites applications for its Indigenous and northern relationship development fund. This enables researchers to building better and deeper relationships with Northern and Indigenous groups and communities. The application must have a local Indigenous or community partner clearly supporting this initial and exploratory engagement focused on relationship building that may result in future research or other kinds of projects.
Consortia must consist of at least two UArctic memembers. The lead applicant must come from a Canadian UArctic member institution. Prospective applicants include, but are not limited to:
•a scholar with research experience in the North, hoping to support a new graduate student as they establish their own professional relationships with Northern and Indigenous partners;
•an emerging scholar looking to expand their relationships and partnerships with Northern and Indigenous communities so they better understand the research needs and desires of Northern people.
•experienced researchers looking to enlarge and deepen their Northern and Indigenous relationships and networks through knowledge sharing activities.
Engagement between Northern Canadian UArctic member institutions, other Canadian members, and other UArctic member institutions for collaborative, co-created research and education initiatives is encouraged.
Funding is worth up to CAD 15,000 over one year. Funding may cover meetings and worshop expenses, fees or payments and per diems, costs for online conference platforms and tools, and honoraria to artists, performers or knowledge holders in keeping with established rates.
- Funder: UArctic
- Funder Type: Academic Institution
- Country of Funder: Sweden
- Related Funders: Memorial University of Newfoundland
- Amount: Upper $15,000CAD
- Applicant Type Individuals: Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field - Individual: Graduate Student or Pre-doc - Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field
- Applicant/Institution Location: Canada
- Citizenship: Unspecified
- Activity Location: Unspecified
- Keywords: Arctic Sciences
- Deadline: 29 Apr 2022
Funder deadline - required: Applications due by 4.30pm NDT.
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