In May 2022, we were delighted to approve seven new grants.

  • Dept of Politics & International Relations, Oxford University
    • A leading research team on kleptocracy and illicit finance in the UK.
    • Grant: £29,992 x 1 yr to provide evidence and analysis for UK policy against kleptocracy.
  • Foxglove
    • A community interest company working to ensure technology is used to benefit everyone.
    • Grant: £30,000 pa x 3 yrs to invest in public engagement and fundraising.
  • GLAN (Global Legal Action Network)
    • A charity pursuing innovative legal actions to challenge human rights violations and systemic injustice.
    • Grant: £30,000 pa x 2yrs to invest in communications and public engagement.
  • Index on Censorship
    • A charity that campaigns for and defends free expression worldwide.
    • Grant: £29,984 pa x 2 yrs to work with the Foreign Policy Centre on ’SLAPP’ law suits.
  • IVAR (Institute for Voluntary Action Research)
    • A charity that helps strengthen communities in the UK through action research, education and training.
    • Grant: £2,000 x 1yr to support the Open and Trusting Grant-making initiative.
  • Redress
    • A charity that delivers justice and reparation for survivors of torture.
    • Grant: £30,000 x 1 yr for civil society work on the UK Sanctions regimes.
  • Rethinking Economics
    • An international student-led network working to reform tertiary economics education.
    • Grant: £29,973 x 1 yr to scope a Rethinking Accountancy campaign.

We have continued to support work across our two focus areas. These grants include work to tackle the UK’s dirty money problem and help exceptional non-profits make a step change in their organisational development.

We are also continuing to work closely with the Open Society Foundations, civil society and other key partners to address the problem of dirty money in the UK.

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