Science for Peace and Security Programme (SPS Programme)

Grant Name
Science for Peace and Security Programme (SPS Programme)
Funder
Emerging Security Challenges Division (ESCD)
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Country or Region
Belgium
Research Field
Defense Planning Policy
International Security
Peace, Disarmament, or Amnesty
Deadline
June 1, 2021 (Expired)
Contact Info
sps.info@hq.nato.int
Eligibility
Interested applicants must jointly develop a collaborative activity within one of these mechanisms led by project directors from at least one NATO country (NPD) and one Partner country (PPD).
Description
The Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme promotes dialogue and practical cooperation between NATO member states and partner nations based on scientific research, technological innovation and knowledge exchange. The SPS Programme offers funding, expert advice and support to tailor-made, security-relevant activities that respond to NATO's strategic objectives.The SPS Programme supports collaboration through three established grant mechanisms:1. Research & Development Projects: Multi-Year Project (MYP)2. Research Workshops: Advanced Research Workshop (ARW)3. Training Courses: Advanced Study Institute (ASI) and Advanced Training Course (ATC) Eligibility Interested applicants must jointly develop a collaborative activity within one of these mechanisms led by project directors from at least one NATO country (NPD) and one Partner country (PPD).

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Purdue Grant Writing Lab: Introduction to Grant Writing Open Link
University of Wisconsin Writing Center: Planning and Writing a Grant Proposal Open Link

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