Entry criteria are fairly strict for this one, but it awards a whopping £5000 to the winner! This year's question is 'what is a 21st century civil service for?' and to be in with a chance you need to submit a 2,500 word essay or short film.
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With the 2022 local elections six months away, Disability Wales has launched the Access to Elected Office Fund to assist people with disabilities who want to stand as candidates.
Financed by the Welsh Government, it aims to remove barriers into politics by helping with impairment-related costs. It’s open to those wishing to stand for their community or town council, as well as those interested in being elected to borough, city and county councils.
The Fund is open until 4 March, but Disability Wales are encouraging applicants to get in touch as soon as possible.
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