The DICE Fund is awarding £2 million in grants to support the growth of creative and social enterprise in Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Africa and the UK.
The DICE Fund is part of the wider DICE programme which was set up to tackle entrenched issues of unemployment and unequal economic growth in these six countries.
Two types of grants are awarded through the DICE Fund: Scoping and Business Development Grants and Collaboration Grants. Applications for both types of grants are now closed.
These grants are jointly awarded to partnerships comprising a UK-based organisation and a partner in another DICE country. The partners draw on the grants to co-design and co-deliver interventions that support the development of creative and social enterprises that specifically aim to:
- empower women and girls;
- foster youth employment; and/or
- promote the inclusion and economic empowerment of disabled people or other marginalised groups.
Read summaries of the projects supported through the DICE Collaboration Grants.
How to apply for a Collaboration Grant
Applications for Collaboration Grants are now closed.
Below, please find replies to three sets of clarification questions about the Collaboration Grants. The first respond to questions received between 3 September and 1 October 2018, the second to questions received between 1 and 12 October 2018, and the third to questions received between 13 and 30 October 2018.
Please send additional clarification questions to DICEteam@britishcouncil.org and we will post replies to these questions on this webpage on 1 November 2018.