Our funding call is now open. The deadline for applications is 21 February 2020.
We have a regularly updated FAQ page and we also encourage people to get in touch with other queries around the funding via email on email@example.com. However, we also wanted to provide direct support to help you develop your funding applications.
Research Challenge Webinars
We plan to host the following webinars on the Funding Call and the Research Challenges covered by the Funding Call. You can read more here about our work with Young Minds and the Centre for Mental Health to engage stakeholders in developing these Research Challenges.
January 7 – Funding Call Webinar – Embracing Complexity
January 10 – Funding Call Webinar – Voices, Power & Attitudes
January 14 – Funding Call Webinar – Supporting the Supporters
You can reserve your free place on Eventbrite by clicking on any of the above links. You can register to join in live or to receive a recording after the event.
Proposal Development Workshops
We are also hosting two workshops to answer questions about the funding call and for teams to develop their proposals. These events will also provide an opportunity for formative feedback from the Emerging Minds team and stakeholders as you develop your proposal. Lunch and refreshments will also be available.
January 24 – Proposal Development Workshop – Birmingham
January 31 – Proposal Development Workshop – London
You can reserve your free place on Eventbrite by clicking on any of the above links.
Please note that you do not need to attend a Proposal Development workshop to be eligible to apply for funding and taking part will not automatically enhance your chances of success in this funding call.
We want these workshops to be as accessible as possible. Travel bursaries are available to enable early career researchers and stakeholders to attend, please contact Emily or Susannah at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We advise that spaces are limited at all of these events and we recommend early booking to avoid disappointment.