Law and Justice Foundation of NSW
Humanities & Social Sciences
The Law and Justice Foundation's grants program supports community projects that aim to improve access to justice, particularly for disadvantaged people.
The aim of the Foundation's Grants program is to improve access to justice, particularly for socially and economically disadvantaged people, by supporting selected projects to improve access and decrease barriers to justice, or through research, to identify need or ways to improve access to justice.
Please note: You must discuss your project proposal with the Law and Justice Grants Manager in the early stages of project planning, before preparing an application.
The Foundation accepts applications from organisations with an ABN but not from individuals. See website for more details
Small Grants - under $5,000. General grants - over $5,000 capped at $50,000
For more information please visit: http://lawfoundation.net.au/grants
Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is subject to University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Sherridan Blackman on 8627 8141
24 August 2011Back