Announcing the 2023 ECR Small Grants Scheme Recipients

Friday 16 December 2022

Applications for the 2023 ECR Small Grants Scheme were the largest and most competitive we have yet received. We were so pleased to receive so many well considered project proposals and had great difficulty choosing just three projects to fund.

For that reason, we're very excited to announce five recipients of the 2023 ECR Small Grants Scheme!

Sudiipta Dowsett (University of New South Wales)
Rebel Sistah Cypha: hip-hop as embodied practice for social change. More here.

Ashleigh Haw (Deakin University)
Engaging multicultural communities in antiracist advocacy during global crisis events: Lessons from COVID-19 in Australia. More here.

Jay Thompson (RMIT University)
Digital citizenship and ethical journalistic representations of online hostility directed at women and girls. More here.

Alexander O'Donnell (University of Tasmania)
The Longitudinal Effect of Intergroup Contact on Prejudices: A Contemporary Approach

Somayeh Ba Akhlagh (University of New England)
Evaluation of the Integration program, ‘Creative Play’, at the New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM)

Each of the projects will receive funds of up to $5000 from the Freilich Project to support the development and dissemination of their research. More details of the projects will come soon, so check back here or review our research page

Updated:  16 December 2022/Responsible Officer:  Freilich Project/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications