Study of Civil Society Law
The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) has announced a Global Education Initiative to support the study of civil society law at universities and schools of law at universities and schools of law in eligible developing countries worldwide.
- The design of a course, module or full curriculum relating to civil society law, including the plan for integration of this into the university structure;
- The preparation of a course syllabus or syllabi;
- The preparation of course materials (incl. lesson plans, lectures, discussion questions, activities, etc.);
- The translation of sample syllabi and/or course materials;
- Training for academics/professors on civil society law.
- Compliance with eligibility requirements and application procedures;
- Demonstrated commitment of applicant to promoting the study of civil society law;
- Quality of proposed project, including the innovativeness of the proposal, the proposed methodology/design, feasibility of the project (e.g. activities are targeted to achieve stated results, and anticipated results are realistic and attainable);
- Likelihood that the proposed project will advance the study of civil society law in the country and/or region;
- Sustainability of the proposed project beyond the grant period;
- Proposed budget and apparent value for money; and
- Inclusion of reasonable indicators to measure project success.