Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Introduction. The Australia- China Council (ACC) is the Australian Government’s advisory and funding body dedicated to strengthening of cultural, education, business, and more broadly, people- to- people relations between Australia and China. Each year, we deliver around A$7. Australia. The Council’s funding is determined by the Government, and is subject to the scope and availability of funding in each financial year. The Grants section of the website provides you with information about our 2.
It also includes information about what happens after you have applied and if you are successful. Grant Round Dates. The 2. 01. 6- 1. 7 round will open at 9.
Grants at a glance. Through our annual competitive grants program, the Australia-China Council supports projects across China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau and Australia that broaden and strengthen Australia-China relations in education, business, culture and the arts. Welcome to the current grant rounds of DFAT's Foundations, Councils and Institutes and the Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grant Program. Stories of existing grants are available on our webpage, illustrating how these grants support people-to-people connections in areas aligned with Australia's foreign and trade policy priorities. The Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program (ACDGP) supports the delivery of high-quality public diplomacy initiatives which promote our economic, artistic, and cultural assets to an international audience, to strengthen Australia’s reputation as an innovative, creative nation and foster collaborative people-to-people links internationally. Australia International Cultural Council (AICC). The Australia International Cultural Council (AICC) Grants Program provides funding for international arts and cultural projects that align with the objectives of the AICC. All applicants should read the AICC Grants Program Guidelines prior to completing their EOI. Program guidelines and a sample funding agreement can be found below. Thursday, Issue 2014 13 February 2014 - 6 This regular bulletin has been produced by the Research Grants & Business Development (RGBD) team and. Overview: The Australia International Cultural Council (AICC) Grants Program provides funding for international arts and cultural projects that align with the objectives of the AICC.
February 2. 01. 6 and will close at 1. Canberra time on 4 April 2. The online application system, Smartygrants, will be accessible on the opening date and will close on the closing date at the times indicated above.
Late entries will not be accepted. We recommend applicants not to wait until the last day to submit their applications. Apply now. Grants at a glance Through our annual competitive grants program, the Australia- China Council supports projects across China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau and Australia that broaden and strengthen Australia- China relations in education, business, culture and the arts. Australia- China Council grants provide funding of up to $4.
Australia- China Council. Strategic Plan 2. The Council will normally hold one grant round each year, opening in February.
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Alcoa guidelines for community grants Partnering stronger communities 2012 Under the banner of ‘Partnering Stronger Communities’, Alcoa Anglesea forms partnerships. Alcoa’s partnership program is not just about money. In some instances, the plant can provide materials donations, in-kind support or volunteer assistance that can be far more. Media_aicc. Australia International Cultural Council Grants Program – Expressions of Interest. The closing date for submission of EOIs is 18 February 2013. The AICC Grants Program provides funding for international arts and cultural projects that promote Australia overseas as a sophisticated, multicultural and creative nation, and that strengthen people-to-people linkages. Alcoa guidelines for community grants Partnering Stronger Communities program 2014 Helping build sustainable communities that have the capacity to address local challenges is the foundation of.