The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation: supporting links between the UK and Japan
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Since its establishment in 1988, the Foundation has awarded over 7 million in grants to a wide range of educational, cultural and scientific projects in the UK and Japan.

The Foundation has funded a wide range of bi-lateral projects by organisations such as the National Youth Music Theatre, the Overseas Development Institute, the Winged Fellowship Trust, the Osaka Association for Youth Development, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, the Community Action Network, and universities and research institutes from across the UK and Japan.  

The Foundation's three programmes all share the same objective: to promote links between the UK and Japan through projects of mutual interest and benefit.

The three programmes are:

 Daiwa Foundation Small Grants
These grants of 1,000 to 5,000 are available to individuals and institutions in the UK and Japan. They cover travel bursaries, conferences and symposia, individual academic research and educational exchanges. 
 Daiwa Foundation Awards
These awards of 10,000 to 25,000 are available to institutionally-based applicants. They support collaboration between UK and Japan partners with tangible long-term outcomes.
 Daiwa Adrian Prizes
Every three years, the Foundation makes available approximately 50,000 to fund awards in recognition of significant scientific collaboration between Japanese and British research teams.
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Last updated: 16 April 2004