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Application for funding
The Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust considers applications funding awards twice yearly and the next meeting at which we would be able to consider your application for funding will be held on Friday 7th June 2013.
The closing deadline for submissions to this meeting is , as the next meeting is Thursday 11th July 2013.
The Trust considers applications for major funding awards (applications over £6,000) only once a year at the January meeting. Please refer to the application guidelines for further information.
Please note that the Trust does not award funds
to subsidize the continuation or running of University/College courses;
cover transportation costs to or from Conferences; or subsidize fees/maintenance
for undergraduate or postgraduate students.
The Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust will consider applications for this award on Thursday, 24th October 2013. The closing deadline for submissions to this meeting is Thursday, 12th September 2013.
If you do wish to make an application for funds, please contact the administrator on firstname.lastname@example.org specifying that you wish to apply for the ‘Nina Fishman Translation Award’. You will be sent application guidelines along with an application form specifically for the Nina Fishman Translation Award. Application forms are only available from the administrator. Any applications which do not meet the application guidelines will not be accepted.
The Runner is a film about endurance. It is the story of a champion long-distance runner whose journey transformed him from an athlete into the symbol of a national liberation movement. Salah Ameidan is willing to risk his life, his career, his family and his nationality to run for a country that doesn't exist. He is from Western Sahara, officially Africa's last colony and under Moroccan occupation since 1975.
A company of North West actors will be visiting The Met, in Bury, this month to perform their adaptation of “The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists.” <read more>
The Merlin Press have just announced publication
due in April 2007 of Michael
Wolfers biography of Thomas Hodgkin, book supported by the
Barry Amiel & Norman melburn Trust
When Thomas Hodgkin left Oxford few would have expected that someone from a privileged public school would emerge as a Marxist and a dissident. Michael Wolfers provides the first detailed biography of Hodgkin - as a remarkable human being and intellectual.
film documentary supported
Funded Applications in 2009
Pojects awarded grants in 2002-2006
Big Thinking Tom Nairn: the Break-up
Ruth First Memorial Trust Archive
The Trust granted from 1993 to 2001 the following funds:
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