Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
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Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust generally funds work under one of the programme headings listed below.
Work that promotes the nonviolent resolution of conflict, including work on the arms trade, the creation of a culture of peace, developing effective peacebuilding measures and supporting the right to conscientious objection to military service.
2. Racial justice
Work which promotes racial justice in all parts of society, including empowering black and minority ethnic people to engage in decision making and policy development, and work which monitors and challenges racism and racial injustice whether relating to colour or culture.
3. Power and responsibility
Work that encourages an appropriate relationship between people and the institutions that affect them; including the promotion of accountability, openness, responsiveness and a respect for human rights across the public and private sectors.
4. Quaker concerns
Work that helps to deepen the spiritual life of the Society of Friends or that develops Quaker responses to problems of our time.
5. South Africa (KwaZulu Natal only)
Work that promotes a just and peaceful South Africa, particularly through the reduction of rural poverty and addressing the problems of violent conflict on all levels of society.
Application Deadlines: December, Jan, April, April, August & Sept.
Contact: Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, The Garden House, Water End, York, YO30 6WQ, Tel: +44 (0)1904 627810.
For further details, and application materials, contact: Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
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