Thank you to everyone who came to the Joseph Rowntree Trust session yesterday, presented by Tony Stoller – Chair of the Board of Trustees. Tony gave an extremely informative overview of the varied and fascinating work of the JR Trust and Housing Foundation.
Please click here to access the slides: JRF presentation – 10th October 2012
Funding: It is worth re-iterating that the Joseph Rowntree Foundation is not a grant-making organisation and generally does not accept speculative enquiries for funding.The JRF issues ‘calls for proposals’ and invites submissions to them. Via the JRF website you can sign up for alerts – this is the best way to keep in touch with the latest funding opportunities.
If you have any questions about JRF and their work please contact Tony Stoller himself:
or even better, Emma Stone who is the Head of Research:
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation has issued a call for proposals for a research project which aims to explore the relationship between living in particular places, poverty outcomes and ethnicity by gaining a more in-depth understanding of why it is the case that:
- Some areas produce better outcomes for ethnic minority groups in general;
- Some areas produce poor outcomes for ethnic minority groups in general;
- Some ethnic minority groups (and groups within them) have different outcomes in different places.
The research will unpick variations in the structure of opportunities within local labour markets, examine the role of local social networks and take a range of other factors into account, including: how local services are organised, the changing economic context, the migration history of different groups, local political structures and issues around housing and mobility.
There is up to £100,000 available for the project, which will last for 8 months. The proposed start date is May 2012.
The submission deadline is 11 April 2012.
Planning on submitting a proposal? Then you need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 March 2012
Looking for more information?