About our grants:
We are interested in connecting with individuals and organisations working in the field and may be able to offer small grants towards relevant research.
Our average grant is around £4,000, although final figures are dependent on the size of the project. We issue 3-4 grants a year on a rolling basis, so there are no specific calls or deadlines – just get in touch if you’re interested and we can send you an application form.
Work should attempt to achieve one or more of the following:
- Produce data/empirical evidence on the effectiveness of all or any one of the aspects of remote warfare in achieving security and stability.
- Raise awareness of how new methods of warfare are changing the face of military engagement.
- Undertake robust research on the long term consequences of remote warfare from a military, strategic, political, humanitarian, or legal standpoint.
- Examine issues of transparency, accountability and oversight connected with all or any one aspect of remote warfare.
Examine what might be more effective solutions to past or current conflicts where remote warfare has been, or is being, used.
As our project moves into its fifth year we are particularly interested in case studies that assess the effectiveness of remote warfare from a military, strategic, political, humanitarian, or legal standpoint.
For more information on our grants contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.