Intercultural Understanding Partnership (ICUP) Grants 2024-2025

Calling ALL schools in Australia! 

Do you encounter challenges while striving to foster a connected and inclusive school community?

APPLY NOW for the 2024-2025 Intercultural Understanding Partnership (ICUP) Grants. 

The ICUP program, a national initiative by Together For Humanity and funded by the Australian Government, offers you the chance to make a lasting change in your school. 

Successful ICUP applicants will receive up to $10,000 and work closely with Together For Humanity to address intercultural and/or interfaith challenges, enhancing student learning and wellbeing. 

Check out ICUP FAQs for more information. 

Please be advised that schools which have previously been awarded an ICUP grant should refrain from submitting a new application. Our priority is to assist schools that have not yet received our support, thereby extending the grant’s benefits to a broader range of communities.

To apply, please complete our online application form here. Applications close 30 June 2024 (AEST).

For more information email icup@togetherforhumanity.org.au

For a downloadable version of the application form, please click here.

We believe that working together is more effective than working in isolation – good partnerships create benefits for all partners. We value partnerships where we work collaboratively towards a common goal.

Thanks to our partner


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Together For Humanity programs are supported by the Australian Government Department of Education through the Connected Youth and Communities initiative.

ICUP: A Snapshot

  • 109 schools
  • 6 states
  • Participating schools included small and large, Government, Independent and Catholic, primary and secondary schools in metropolitan and regional areas

Projects addressed a range of issues including: 

  • increased incidents of racism including anti-Semitism and Islamophobia
  • challenges arising in schools with a high number of refugee enrolments
  • the need to provide regional students with an understanding of, and connection to, people from different cultures
  • enhancing engagement between schools and families to foster a stronger sense of community
  • embedding culturally responsive practices and facilitating greater belonging for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students 

 

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