Paul Hamlyn Foundation – Migration Fund

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News/Updates:Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Migration Fund Opens for UK Applications The Fund has reopened after a pause and is now focused on supporting not-for-profit organisations in the UK who are working towards the Foundation’s vision of a world in which everyone is free to move and no is forced to move.

The funding can be used for work such as:
Collaborations, alliances, and coalitions
Campaigning and mobilisation Community and worker organising Intersectional non-party political education
Migrant and diaspora leadership development
Working towards changing law, policy and practice on issues affecting migrant and diaspora communities
Strengthening advice infrastructure
Community-centred strategic litigation and/or movement lawyering Challenging anti-migrant and divisive narratives, laws and policies Mainstreaming progressive narratives on migration and belonging.
Who can apply?Applications will be accepted from not-for-profit organisations of any size working anywhere in the UK who are working towards:
Embedding anti-racist practice across their organisation and work. Adopting an organisational culture that centres care and wellbeing. Shifting power to migrants and diaspora communities so their interests, perspectives and contributions are centred across the organisation’s work.
Building solidarity and collaboration across communities, while working towards transformational change that benefits us all.
Unlearning and challenging the harm, inequity, and oppression within their organisational structures and work.
Learning, reflecting and being responsive to change.
Grant amount:Grants of up to £60,000 per year for three to four years (a total of £240,000)
or grants up to £50,0000 per year for five years (a total of £250,000) are available to support core costs and specific programme costs.
Deadline:The first step is to request an enquiry call with the Foundation. This can be done at any time.
There are no deadlines.
Website:Migration Fund – Paul Hamlyn Foundation (phf.org.uk)