Applications open: Indonesia Democracy Hallmark collaborative research grants

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The Indonesia Democracy Hallmark Research Initiative collaborative research grants are offered for joint research projects with external Indonesian collaborators.

About the grants

Projects should deal with the key research themes:

  • Politics
  • Rights
  • Islam and democracy.

Applications from STEM, legal and humanities areas are encouraged.

Grants are designed to support fieldwork and research by University academic staff working in Indonesia, as well as bringing external research collaborators to Australia to present findings at the conclusion of the project.

Funds can also be used for:

  • Travel costs
  • Research assistance
  • Administrative assistance
  • Carer costs to enable research activities involving overseas travel
  • Other expenses necessary to enable applicants to achieve research outcomes.

Download the Grant Guidelines (PDF) for full details, including eligibility and assessment criteria.

How to apply

Download Grant Guidelines 2021 (PDF)

Download Application Form 2021 (Word)

Send completed applications to Academic Convenor Dr. Helen Pausacker at h.pausacker@unimelb.edu.au

Applications close Friday 28 May 2021.