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[Call for Applications] Reducing Inequalities Through Intersec­tional Practice

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Deadline for applications: 14 August 2020

How can systemic inequalities be addressed and reduced? The Robert Bosch Stiftung wants to learn with and from partner organizations that bring hands-on experience with applying intersectional approaches to challenge inequalities

The Support Program: Reducing Inequalities through Intersectional Practice will offer support for selected partners to carry out projects that capture and distill insights from their own practice with a view to sharing this learning more broadly. The Program aims to identify projects – from a range of geographies, working at different scales and on different dimensions of inequality – that demonstrate the relevance of intersectional approaches to reducing inequalities and present practical methods and tools for wider adoption. Partners will also be supported to engage in a process of mutual learning and exchange over the course of the project cycle.

Applicants are expected to bring significant knowledge and hands-on experience with using intersectional approaches in their efforts to reduce inequalities. Approaches that reflect the core tenets of intersectionality but do not use this term in an explicit sense are also included within this rubric.

Expressions of interest must be submitted by 14 August 2020. For further information about the application process, guidelines and criteria, please visit Support Program: Reducing Inequalities through Intersectional Practice.

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