As part of the Quaker tradition, JRCT is committed to the creation of a world that guarantees equal treatment for all people. Funding priorities are:
- Protection and promotion of equality and human rights and their enforcement in the UK
- Promoting rights and justice for minorities who face the most severe forms of racism and discrimination
- Promotion of rights and justice for refugees and other migrants by identifying and tackling root causes, structures and systems that may deny them their rights,
- Responding to the dual harms of Covid-19 and systemic racism.
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Who can apply
If your organisation is a registered, excepted or exempt charity based within any of the four jurisdictions of the UK and all of your work fits within their published programmes, they encourage you to consider applying for unrestricted or core support, although you may apply for programme or project funding if you prefer.
For all other organisations or individual applicants, you may apply for a specific project or defined programme of work that would provide public benefit and further our aims as set out in the published policies.
When to apply
The programme has several deadlines throughout the year. Please note the registration deadline is a few weeks prior to the application deadline.
Future deadline dates are to be confirmed, check the Trust website for the most up to date details.
How to apply
They will only accept applications submitted online via the Trust's website.
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Citizenship & community involvement
Education & training
Justice, equality & law
Black & Ethnic Minorities
Refugees & asylum seekers
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