[Air-L] CALLS for PAPERS and PROPOSALS / NOVEMBER 2013 deadlines

Joly MacFie joly at punkcast.com
Sat Nov 2 15:50:13 PDT 2013

As posted by Ana Isabel Paraguay on linkedin

1) EEA Civil Society Grants for NGOs in Spain
This program aims to strengthen civil society development and enhanced
contribution to social justice, democracy and sustainable development.
It also aims to contribute to the reduction of economic and social
disparities in the EEA and to strengthen bilateral relations between
the Donor States and the Beneficiary States. Thematic areas: Good
governance; Environmental considerations; Economic sustainability;
Social sustainability; Gender equality The minimum/maximum duration of
projects are 12/18 months. Eligible applicants are legal NGOs
established in Spain and operating in the public interest. Deadline: 6
November 2013 Source:

 2) Grinnell College Young Innovator for Social Justice Prize (worldwide)
The purpose of this program is to educate men and women who are
prepared in life and work to use their knowledge and their abilities
to serve the common good. Nominees may be nationals of any country!
Areas of accomplishment may include, but are certainly not limited to:
Art, Science, Medicine, the Environment, Humanities, Business,
Economics, Law, Public Policy, Social Services, Religion, Ethics, and
projects which cross these boundaries. The program will make a special
effort to seek nominations of individuals who work in areas that may
not have been traditionally viewed as directly connected to social
justice, & who are not widely known outside their immediate community
or field. Deadline: Nov 8 Source:

 3) ICT4Democracy Summer School 2014 (March 16-22; New Delhi, India)
ICTs have emerged as powerful tools for reaching to the
ever-increasing information demands of the society. The increasing
diversity of ICTs and their equally diverse applications in different
domains of human life are posing a lot of questions every moment. We
are especially inviting participation from students who are at the
stage of preparing their doctoral or masters' theses qualifications as
well as activists, government officials, practitioners, NGO and aid
agency workers to participate in the summer school to share
experiences and learn from each other. The school is interactive in
character, and is composed of keynote lectures, tutorials and
workshops with the presentations from young researchers. Extended
Abstract Submission: Nov 10 Source: www.serd.org.in/summerschool2014

 4) IAMCR Rapid Response Grants on Communication Policy for Emerging
Media & Communications Scholars
5 “Rapid Response Grants” are for research conducted by young and
emerging scholars (graduate & postgraduate students, & scholars in the
early stages of their career, who are researching the subject areas
covered by this grant scheme); IAMCR members & applicants who are
planning to attend IAMCR 2014 will be prioritized. What research will
be funded? The areas may include the following: Digital rights,
internet policy & press freedom after PRISM & Tempora; Upcoming
international policy debates, particularly WSIS+10; Digital
broadcasting & inclusion; Enhancing media literacy in the digital age;
Media policy change in specific countries (ex: those covered by the
Mapping Digital Media project); Citizen participation, advocacy, & the
public interest information environment Deadline: Nov 10 Sources:

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