The Independent Social Research Foundation wishes to support independent-minded researchers to explore and present original research ideas which take new approaches, and suggest new solutions, to real world social problems. More information: http://www.isrf.org/funding-opportunities/grant-competitions/ecf4/
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ISRF Mid-Career Fellowship Competition Launch: 4th January 2016 Deadline: 19th February 2016 The Independent Social Research Foundation wishes to support independent-minded researchers to do interdisciplinary work which is unlikely to be funded by existing funding bodies. It is interested in… Read More ›
Rethinking UK research funding Do you have strong opinions about the way academic research is funded in the UK? Maybe you’re a researcher employed on one short term project after another and have ideas about how things could be better… Read More ›
Call for BSA Early Career Forum Regional Event Proposals 2016 BSA ECF members are eligible to apply for this fund to arrange an event relevant and/or appropriate for early career BSA members. £1,000 is available to fund the event which can… Read More ›
A really welcome initiative that funds independent researchers. See here for full details: The Independent Social Research Foundation (ISRF) wishes to support independent-minded researchers to do interdisciplinary work which is unlikely to be funded by existing funding bodies. It is… Read More ›
An incredibly useful post by Pat Thomson, particularly for those early career researchers (such as myself) beginning to cautiously dip their toes into the water of applying for grants: the ten habits of highly unsuccessful research bid writers
Stage 1: It’s complex and needs more research (funding) See here for the next two stages. I share the frustration at this belated mainstream recognition of things that many have been pointing out for years.