The Cluster provides members with funding grants for various initiatives to advance its aims. These include grants for making the research on population change and life course more widely known by people involved in policy and practice, making data more readily accessible to researchers, and promoting research tools that link research with policies. Funds are also made available to promote networking through faculty exchange and to enable students to present their research in international and national conferences, to undertake trainings, and to avail of internship opportunities in the Cluster’s partner agencies.
These funding opportunities are administered through regularly held Calls for Proposals and Student Competitions.
Effective June 16, 2014, the Cluster will no longer accept applications for any of its Competitions and Calls for Proposal.