What Works Initiative: ‘Sharing Knowledge’ Fund
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Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman T.D, is pleased to announce a €200,000 ‘Sharing Knowledge’ Fund, which will be rolled out as part of the What Works initiative and funded through Dormant Accounts Funding.
The aim of the Fund is to support professionals working in children, youth, and family services with their learning requirements, peer interaction, project collaborations and knowledge dissemination. Projects to be considered will focus on organising or accessing relevant learning/training sessions, while putting a strong emphasis on future collaborations between peers and disseminating learning to larger audiences, including networks. All applications must have a focus on prevention and early intervention.
The fund is open to practitioners and service providers working in not-for-profit organisations, multi-disciplinary networks, Children and Young People’s Services Committees, Child and Family Support Networks and communities of practice working with children, young people and their families and who have a strong emphasis on prevention and early intervention.
Organisations can apply for a minimum grant of €5,000 and a maximum grant of €20,000. The closing date for applications is 27th May, 2022.
More information on the scheme is available on the Department’s website. Full details of the fund, including eligibility, guidance notes, and an application form, are available on the What Works website here.