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Victorian Legal Services Board Grants Program


The 2020 Grants Round is Now Open

We are excited to announce our 2020 Grant Round is now open. There is no theme requirement this year and we welcome any ideas for projects that improve access to justice and meet our grant criteria.

Interested? Then take a look at these Application Guidelines and Tips and give us a call to discuss your proposal prior to 14 February 2020.

Once you’re ready, complete the 2020 Grants Round Application Form, check out some other helpful resources and submit your application.


Announcing the 2019 Grants Round Successful Applicants

The 2019 Grants round prioritised funding around the theme of Designing Justice Differently: Using human-centred design and technology. Applicants had to meet the theme requirements of using technological and/or human-centred design interventions to interrupt, streamline or change legal services and the justice system to improve access to justice.

This theme aims to stimulate new ways of thinking to achieve change. Two streams ran for this grant round — Build and Explore.

Congratulations to the following applicants on the success of their 2019 Grants Round application. Find the successful project details here.

 


Celebrating 10 Years (2007-2017)

Victorian Legal Services Board Grant program celebrates 10 years

Learn about the Grants Program and how it’s influencing policy and reform and changing lives through this 11 page report. Also read about some of the Award-winning Projects that we have funded.

Read: Celebrating 10 Years Report




Grants Program News


About the 2019 Grants Round

The 2019 Grants round prioritised funding around the theme of Designing Justice Differently: Using human-centred design and technology.

This means that applications had to meet the theme requirements of using technological and/or human-centred design orientated interventions to interrupt, streamline or change legal services and the justice system to improve access to justice.  (more…)