This Fund was set up by the New Zealand government to support the work of non-government organisations in disarmament education.
Requests for grants need to show how:
planned activities will promote greater understanding of disarmament and arms control, and
contribute to advancing New Zealand’s disarmament interests and profile in international disarmament issues.
Ngā Hua / Outcomes
Grant decisions are based on the likelihood an organisation will deliver the outcomes described in their grant request, including how they will contribute to greater public awareness of disarmament and arms control issues through their work.
Ngā kaupapa matua / Priorities
Priority is given to education activities that:
have a national and/or international focus
support the activities highlighted in the 2002 United Nations Study on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Education: Report of the Secretary General.
Important dates for the Disarmament Education UN Implementation Fund
For the important funding dates for the Disarmament Education UN Implementation Fund, follow the link below to the funding calendar:
If you have been successful in your grant request the grant will be paid into the bank account matching the details provided at the time of your request. Our goal is to have this payment to you within two weeks of your grant being approved by the committee.
In using your grant we would ask that you
Remember your grant was made for the purpose outlined in your request. If things have changed then check in on what you
Remember that we will ask you to report or share your story about how the grant helped you to make a difference in your community, hapu or iwi
We also ask that if you have funds remaining or not able to be used for the purpose you requested these need to be returned so we can make a difference across as many community , hapu and iwi as possible
Thank you for your work to build strong and resilient communities across Aotearoa through disarmament education and arms control.