Professional Development and Exchange Project Grants 2005-2006
Institute of International Education. International Human Rights Internship Program, Estados Unidos de América
Requisitos de admisión
Since IHRIP's purpose is to help strengthen human rights organizations, priority is given to applications from organizations. Applications will be accepted from individuals only when the person has demonstrated a commitment to human rights activism and is from/works in a country where there are few, if any, human rights organizations.
IHRIP gives low priority to support for attendance at courses or workshops. Proposals for such support will be considered only in cases where the desired training is narrow in focus and fulfills a clearly defined institutional need.
Fecha límite para la inscripción
1. Grants are available to human rights organizations and activists in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean, East Central Europe and the Republics of the former Soviet Union for training/exchange projects.
2. Accommodation and cost:
Grants cover travel, a basic living stipend and health insurance for the participant (or trainer). It does not provide support for spouses or families. Grants vary depending on the location and length of the project (normally one to three months). Grants typically range from $1,000-10,000.
3. Other deadline for application: 31 October 2005.
4. Applicants can request an application form via e-mail at <email@example.com>.