In commemoration of the solidarity of Danish civil society in its rescue of its Jewish population, apply now for an October ‘43 Travel Grant.
Submit your Application by Sept 16th.
The Humanity in Action Denmark’s October ‘43 Travel Grant is now open for applications. It is dedicated to young students and professionals who work with issues regarding refugees and/or the protection of minorities in either the academic, social, political or practical field. The travel grant applies to projects on Danish conditions or Danish engagements abroad.
Bjørn Nørgaard – La Paix 2015
October ‘43 Travel Grant
The Humanity in Action Denmark’s October ‘43 Travel Grant is now open for applications.
The Travel Grant is dedicated to young students and professionals who work with issues regarding refugees and/or the protection of minorities in either the academic, social, political or practical field. The travel grant applies to projects on Danish conditions or Danish engagements abroad.
The travel grant is established in commemoration of the solidarity of Danish civil society in its rescue of its Jewish countrymen and -women in October 1943.
The travel grant is made possible by funds raised at an art auction, exhibited in Politikens Forhal in September/October 2018, as a collaboration between Humanity in Action and Politiken for the 75th Anniversary of October 1943. The travel grant will be distributed according to the board’s decision in either one portion a year for the amount of DKK 30.000 or divided in two smaller portions.
The application deadline is September 16, 2019, and is to be sent
by email to: email@example.com (note oktober with a ‘k’) or
by mail to: Humanity In Action Denmark, Dronningensgade 14, 1420 Kbh. K, marked: “October ‘43 Travel Grant”.
Applicants are requested to describe their project in max. 1 page and enclose a travel budget. Funds attained by the 2019 Travel Grant, must be used for travels before September 1, 2020.
The Travel Grant Award Ceremony will take place at a public event October 7, 2019 in Copenhagen, (travel to/from Copenhagen is not covered by Humanity in Action or the travel grant). The grantee will commit him-/herself to tell about their project at next year’s award.
It is the Travel Grant Board who selects the recipient or recipients. Board members: Herbert Pundik, founder of Humanity In Action and refugee in October 1943, Mette Davidsen, cultural editor, Politiken, Anders Jerichow, Chairman of Humanity In Action Denmark, Annette Milner, Humanity In Action Denmark board member and manager of the October ’43 Travel Grant.
Further information: please contact Annette Milner, Humanity in Action Denmark, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Humanity in Action
Dronningensgade 14, 1420 København C
This travel grant was made possible by the generous contributions from the following artists:
Bjørn Nørgaard, Eli Benveniste, Camilla Blachmann, Henrik Bloch, Peter Brandes, Christian Bundegaard, Jens Galschiøts, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Henriette Hellstern, Mie Hørlyck Mogensen, Jeff Ibbo, Bob Katzenelson, Mogens Kischinovsky, Ida Cecilie Kvetny, John Kørner, Johanne Rude, Svend Okkels, Carl-Henning Pedersen/Sidsel Ramson, Cathrine Raben-Davidsen, Arne Ranslet, Monica Ritterband, Pia Schutzmann, Hanna Spliid, Tal R, Hans Tyrrestrup, Helene Vestergaard, Annette Wier og Susanne Aamund.