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November 9, 2023

Every year, our flagship funding programme supports promising collaborations that involve researchers from all around the world and Geneva-based international policy actors, from UN institutions to independent think tanks, and other key stakeholders that shape global governance. These projects cover a wide range of academic disciplines and fields of expertise.

Our collaboration programme aims to bridge the gap between science and policy by fostering innovative and solution-oriented projects that:

  • Address global challenges, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, public health, sustainable development, human rights, or any other critical issue.
  • Foster interdisciplinary collaboration and engagement with various stakeholders, including governmental representatives, NGOs, and international organisations.
  • Address a science-policy gap and have the potential to influence policy decisions and generate positive change on a global scale.

The application platform to apply to the Impact Collaboration Programme is now open, and the submission deadline is 2 February 2024. Selected projects will receive funding, strategic guidance, and access to the GSPI's network of experts and decision-makers in the international Geneva ecosystem.

To apply and for more information on the application process, eligibility criteria, and additional details, please visit the programme page.


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