Ever since the Peace Research Grants Fund was created in 2002, IPRAF has awarded grants to help fund peace research projects in places as diverse as Argentina, Bosnia, inner city communities in the United States, the Middle East, the Philippines, the Punjab, and Uganda. Please see Small Peace Research Grants for details of the many wonderful projects we have funded from 2002 through 2012. The original “Small Peace Research Grants Program” was replaced by the current IPRA Foundation Peace Research Grants Program in 2013 with larger grants available of up to $5,000, and details about these wonderful projects can be found below.
- We accept applications at any time, however, they will be reviewed only two times per year after the two deadlines, February 28 and August 31.
- Read the Instructions for the Peace Research Grants thoroughly.
- Download the IPRA Foundation Peace Research Grant Application and fill it in.
Only one grant will be awarded to any applicant from either the Peace Research Grant Program or the Small Peace Research Grant Program. If you have previously received a grant, please do not apply for another.
The Peace Research Grant Administrator will do an initial review of your project for this award. If your application is deemed suitable, it will be sent out to three IPRAF board members for review.
There are two granting cycles per year as follows:
Cycle 1: Deadline for applications February 28 or 29
Cycle 2: Deadline for applications August 31
Applicants may receive only one Peace Research grant. The IPRA Foundation Peace Research Grants are small grants intended to assist scholars in undertaking small research projects. These grants are to individuals, not to institutions or organizations. The Foundation does not not allow overhead costs or indirect administrative costs to be covered as part of the grant. The Foundation does not allow rent and other normal living expenses as part of the budget.
If you have further questions about the Peace Research Grants, please contact Crystal Money
Read testimonials about the IPRA Foundation Peace Research and Small Peace Research Grant awards.
IPRA FOUNDATION PEACE RESEARCH GRANT AWARDEES
- Dr. Bernhard Leidner (Germany, USA) and Levi Adelman (USA) “Understanding and Alleviating Competitive Victimhood to Promote Intergroup Conflict Resolution: A Field-Experimental Investigation of Causes of Competitive Victimhood and an Intervention to Counter It” 2013
- Raul Sanchez de la Sierra (Spain) “Bandits or States? Evidence on Armed Groups’ Motives to Attack or Protect Civilians from Eastern Congo” 2013
- William M. Adler and Jody Jenkins (USA) “Sweet Home Costa Rica: a Story of War…and Peace” 2013
- Dr. Maysa Siag (Palestine) “The Social Representations of the Self and Homeland shared by Palestinian Adolescents Born in Diaspora and Living in Refugee Camps” 2013
- Saba Bebawi (Australia) “Democracy Building in Post Conflict Regions: Investigative Journalism Training Post ‘Arab Spring’ ” 2013
- Jogendro Singh Kshetrimayum (India) “Collective Concern for Violent Death and Non-Violent Protest in the Midst of Armed Conflict in Manipur, Northeastern India” 2013
- Emma Swan (Canada) “An Exploration into the Gendered Interpretation of Sumud and its Subsequent Manifestation in Palestinian Peacebuilding: Towards a Gender Inclusive Model of Peacebuilding” 2014
- Jude Cocodia (Nigeria) “The African Union as Peacekeeper: An Evaluation on Effective Peacekeeping” 2014
- Julia Bacha (USA) “Research Project on Women’s Leadership in Historic Nonviolent Movement-Building in the Israeli-Palestinian Context” 2014
- Lauren Young (USA) “Promises and Pain: The Use of Coercion and Patronage to Win Elections” 2014
- Femke E. Bakker (The Netherlands) “Liberal norms and support for war in comparative cross-regime perspective: evaluating the presence and influence of liberal norms” 2015
- Ilke Dagli (Cyprus) “Securitisation of ethnic communities in conflict environments and its implications for peace-building: The case of Cyprus” 2015
- Leander Heldring (The Netherlands) “State Capacity and Individual Preferences: Evidence from Rwanda” 2015
- Dr. Seema Shekhawat (India) “Peace Process in Kashmir: Where are Women?” 2015
- Sarah Jenkins (UK) “Pockets of Peace, Agents of Resistance: Micro-level peace initiatives in Kyrgyzstan” 2015
- Dr. Leonard Kapungu (Zimbabwe) “The Search for Peace: Promoting Good Governance in Zimbabwe” 2015
- Karen Ross (U.S.A.) “Understanding the Mechanisms of Social Change Empowerment: From Encounter Participation to Peace-Building Activism” 2015
- Rashmi Nair (India) “Peace and conflict between minorities: Understanding Dalit-Muslim Relations in India” 2015
- Dr. Matthew Eddy (U.S.A.) “A Bold Peace (Finishing Funds for a Documentary Film about Costa Rica’s Path of Demilitarization)” 2015
- Charles Larratt-Smith (Canada) “Echar lena al fuego: Semi-Governed Spaces and the Proliferation of Violence in Colombia” 2015
- Andrea Del Pilar Rodriguez Sanchez (Colombia) “A study about collective music programmes as spaces for the rebuilding of the social fabric in communities subject to armed conflicts in Colombia” 2015
- Corinna Jentzsch (Germany) “The Evolution of Violence during Mozambique’s Civil War (1976-1992)” 2015
- Annabelle Giger and Louise Vandenberghe (France) “RECOVER: Reproducing Citizenship and National Identity in Refugee Camps” 2015