Intercultural Understanding Partnership (ICUP) Grants 2024-2025

Calling all schools from the ACT, Northern Territory, and Tasmania!

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

APPLY NOW for the 2024-2025 Intercultural Understanding Partnership (ICUP) Grants. PLEASE NOTE: This ICUP round is only for schools from the ACT, Northern Territory, and Tasmania.

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.

To apply, please complete our online application form here. Applications close 5 pm, Tuesday 30 April 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.

A Snapshot: ICUP Round 1 (2020-2021) and Round 2 (2023-2024)

  • 71 schools
  • 5 states
  • 63 projects
  • Participating schools included small and large, public and private, primary and secondary schools in metropolitan and regional areas

Projects addressed a range of issues including: 

  • increased incidents of racism
  • 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
  • the need to facilitate greater belonging for indigenous students

 

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