Australian Development Research Awards Scheme 2012 Funding Round
Australian Aid-supported researchers have now begun work on a range of development research projects funded through the 2012 round of the Australian Development Research Awards Scheme (ADRAS). The latest ADRAS round awarded 50 grants, totalling $32.9 million over three years, within the following themes:
- Disability-inclusive development
- Mining for development
- Water, sanitation and hygiene.
In 2012, ADRAS Research Selection Committees shortlisted 102 applications from 581 submissions, which were then externally peer reviewed, with comments also received from departmental program staff. Read feedback from the Research Selection Committees on each theme.
For full details and a summary of the research, see the list of 2012 ADRAS Award Recipients.
Read the 2012 ADRAS guidelines
Research material and findings produced through ADRAS projects, including journal articles, conference papers and policy briefs, can be accessed on the individual strategic development priorities pages at the left of this page.
No funding round will take place in 2013–14.
Last reviewed: 3 February, 2014