If you receive a scholarship grant you must submit a copy of your completed MA or PhD. The thesis supervisor is required to submit a report 12 months after the...
The Trustee is the Secretary for Internal Affairs.
2019 first funding round closes:
Closes – Wednesday 3 Apr 2019
Projects that receive grants or funding must acknowledge the Peace and Disarmament Education Trust's support in any publicity materials, such as event programmes, signage, publication acknowledgements or annual reports.
The Trust makes grants to projects that encourage and promote sustainable development in the Pacific and New Zealand, while conserving the natural environment and cultural heritage of its people.
Copies of annual reports are available by email from: firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 first funding round opens:
Opens – Wednesday 20 Feb 2019
Projects must be for charitable purposes and provide a public benefit. There is no limit to the amount an individual or organisation may request in support of a project. Based...
The Public Advisory Committee on Disarmament and Arms Control recommends which requests should be funded. Its members are:
The Trust was established on 3 May 1988, with money received from France in recognition of the events surrounding the sinking of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in Auckland on...