Grants are currently closed as of February 1, 2021. This page will be updated when grants applications are reopened.
To stay updated on future grants announcements subscribe to the IAS Newsletter, on our homepage.
Originally posted October 31, 2020:
The Institute for Anarchist Studies turns 25 next year! The IAS is dedicated to furthering anarchist ideas and making them accessible to a broad audience. To celebrate a quarter century supporting radical thought, we are excited to announce the renewal of our grants program for 2021. We are currently looking for projects that focus on one of the following topics:
- Black and Indigenous Anarchism(s)
- Police Abolition and Alternatives
- Mutual Aid
While we will accept proposals for written work, priority will be given to short video and multimedia projects that serve as foundations or definitions or that further education on one of the above topics, as well as to media makers of underrepresented identities who demonstrate financial need. A total of $1,000 in grant money is available, with an emphasis on smaller projects.
For more information, visit our FAQ page, or contact us directly.