Partner with the police to tackle violence against women and girls
Deadline: 3 May 2022
Apply for funding to work in partnership with the police to tackle violence against women and girls.
Funding is available to:
- establish new or grow existing multi-agency partnerships
- network and exchange knowledge with partners
- co-design activities to address violence against women and girls (VAWG).
- be based at a UK institution eligible for ESRC funding
- collaborate with one or more UK police constabularies.
Funding and Duration - The full economic cost of a project can be up to £50,000. The ERSC will fund 80% of the full economic cost. Projects can last up to 12 months.
Eligibility - PIs must be UK-based social science researchers who are either established members of, or who can be accommodated by, a UK research organisation recognised by UKRI. It is a requirement of this funding opportunity that academic applicants collaborate with one or more UK police constabularies. Both new and existing partnerships between police and academia are eligible. The principal investigator’s research organisation must be located within a collaborating police constabulary’s geographical area.
How to Apply - Proposals must be submitted through the Joint Electronic Submission (Je-S) system by the UK principal investigator’s research organisation. Letters of support should be provided by the police constabularies and other organisations involved in the application.