About CRIW Knowledge Mobilization Grant
The Centre for Research on Inclusion at Work (CRIW) is pleased to announce the call for its Knowledge Mobilization Grant. This grant is designed to advance inclusion at work by encouraging the dissemination of knowledge about inclusion-related issues, through an event or other knowledge mobilization deliverable or activity(ies) that brings together interested parties. Creativity is encouraged: podcasts, discussion cafés, and websites are examples of eligible formats, in addition to more traditional meeting / small conference events. In 2023/24 the grant program is making up to CAD $10,000 available to fund up to two (2) knowledge mobilization projects (maximum value per project $5,000).
Application Deadline: January 19, 2024
CRIW will provide funding to design and deliver events or activities enabling knowledge sharing and open, respectful dialogue and/or reflection among practitioners, managers, academics, and/or graduate students interested in issues related to inclusion at work. CRIW knowledge mobilization activities/outcomes are to be free to attend/use. Any materials presented or discussed must be in at least one of the official languages.
Who should apply: Any faculty, postdoctoral or visiting scholar, or graduate student affiliated with CRIW can lead or organize a CRIW knowledge mobilization activity, as long as the research team consists of one faculty member from the Sprott School of Business.
To be eligible for funding, applications must meet the following objectives:
- Facilitate the sharing of knowledge (based on practice, experience or research) on workplace inclusion-related topics as the focus, including but not limited to CRIW-funded research;
- Foster engagement/connections between CRIW researchers and knowledge users; and
- Encourage a broad range of stakeholders to engage in discussion, reflection, and/or contribute their views on future research directions and best practices related to inclusion-focused scholarship.
To apply for a CRIW Knowledge Mobilization grant, please submit a project proposal with the subject line “2023/2024 CRIW Knowledge Mobilization Grant” to email@example.com by January 19th, 2024, containing the following:
- 2-5-page project summary, including project description, objectives, target audience, start date and duration
- list of research team and partners (where applicable), discussing expertise and complementarity
- role of student(s) and outcomes of project participation
- detailed budget justification (Note: Travel costs to attend conferences/events for applicants are not eligible)
- a copy of all researchers’ CVs
For inquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org