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Share Your Project contact information submitted by potential grant applicants may be held for up to one year to enable cross-referencing with other applications. 

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Image credits

Photos: Projects African Youth Climate Justice; Barefoot Cooperators; Ben Broomfield; Intermission Youth Theatre; The Egmont Trust; Peace Track Initiative; Wildlife & Countryside Link Other Carrie Beth Williams; Joshua Hoehne; Yena Kwon; Annie Spratt; Sebastian Pena Lambarri; Olga Ferina; Raimond Klavins; Patrick Hendry; Raúl Cacho Oses; Alecsander Alves; Art Institute of Chicago


If you have a complaint about Network or any of its staff or trustees, please write to us on paper at this postal address:

Network for Social Change, BM 2063, London WC1N 3XX

Address your envelope “Complaint” and it will be forwarded unopened to our Convenor who will seek to address the issue responsively and promptly.