Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/w7d9f3

2022 Seeding grant application - About the Lowitja Institute seeding grant

2 February 2022

Summary

2022 Seeding grant application About the Lowitja Institute seeding grant Lowitja Institute seeding grants aim to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to transform their ideas and aspirations into concepts that: can be researched, meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and result in improvements in health and wellbeing outcomes Lowitja Institute gran. [...] The 2022 seeding grants are available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations as the main applicant and grant holder. [...] STAKEHOLDER 1 First name Last name Do you identify as ☐Yes, Aboriginal Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? ☐Yes, Torres Strait Islander ☐Yes, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ☐No Type of stakeholder ☐Individual support ☐Organisation If organisation support, organisation name If individual support, title of your position in the organisation Phone number Mobile number Address Email Please pro. [...] ☐Social impact ☐Environmental impact Describe the proposed benefits and research impacts at an individual, organizational and community level (max 300 words) For example: ▪ New jobs and skills for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (individual) ▪ Better health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people involved in the research project (community) ▪ Better understanding of the resea. [...] If the organisation is an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Organisation, it: is an incorporated Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander organisation, is initiated by a local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community, is based in a local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community, is governed by an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islande.

Creators/Authors

Pages
14