Grant request summary for grantee application G-07757 by Cork University Foundation [CUF]
University College Dublin Foundation received funding from The Atlantic Philanthropies for a project called National Discourse, which became known as We the Citizens, a democratic participatory project to ignite citizen involvement in democracy in Ireland. The academic team involved in the independent project includes academics from University College Dublin, Dublin City University, Trinity College Dublin, and University College Cork. Involving a national and international scientific advisory bord, We the Citizens tested whether a more participatory form of democracy could work in Ireland at a time when people felt adrift and disconnected from power. In late 2012 the Irish government established the Convention on the Constitution, which followed many of the procedures spearheaded by We the Citizens.
In 1998, Cork University Foundation [CUF] was given €634,869 for a project titled Chair in Food and Health. With this funding the foundation was to enable University College Cork to establish a Chair in Food and Health attached to the Faculties of Medicine, and Food Science and Technology.
- A seven-page lone rationale produced by The Atlantic Philanthropies’ staff detailing grantee project G-07757 titled Chair in Food and Health. Contents include problems to be addressed, how the proposed grantee would address the problem, reasons for recommending support to the grantee, negatives/risks of the grant, evaluation plans, and previous grants. Some sensitive information has been redacted by Cornell University Library who holds the original records.
- text and business records
- The Atlantic Philanthropies, 1982-2020
- Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Cork University Foundation, Curated collection--Education, Curated collection--Knowledge application, Grant 07757, Food science, Food industry and trade, and Charity organization
- Grant 07757
- Cork University Foundation
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