The Trinity Equality Fund is specially designed to facilitate innovative and creative equality projects by staff and students across the university.
Each year, a fund (normally €10,000) is made available to staff and student applications for small grants for projects which promote equality in Trinity. Initiatives covering the following grounds protected in equality legislation are prioritised, but other diversity groups may also be considered.
- civil status
- ethnicity / nationality / race
- family status
- religion and belief
- sexual orientation
- traveller community
Each round of funding outlines priority themes for applications. For further details on the application and selection process, please see How to Apply.
Project proposals relating to these themes will be prioritised in the selection process
1. Equality in the Online University
Projects that promote equality and equal participation in our online spaces, interactions and practices, and/or that support connections between diverse groups and help embed a welcoming and respectful culture in our online community
2. Inclusive Trinity
Projects that foster an inclusive environment and experience for all members of the Trinity community
3. Celebrating Diversity
Projects that celebrate the diversity that exists among Trinity students and staff, and/or make minority groups more visible in our community
4. Promoting Participation
Projects which aim to increase participation of an under-represented group and/or support that group in realising their full academic, career or extra-curricular potential
5. Policy in Our Lives
Projects that connect Trinity’s equality-related policies to everyday life and activities for staff/students, and help promote awareness and implementation awareness