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Ever since the Small 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.

The Small Peace Research Grants Program was replaced by the IPRA Foundation Peace Research Grants Program in 2013 with larger grants available of up to $5,000.

In order to apply for a Peace Research Grant, please contact

Grant applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  The IPRA Foundation Peace Research Grant Application is now available in a fill-in pdf format, as well as Instructions for the Peace Research Grants. In case you have trouble downloading the fill-in pdf form you can also find the Peace Research Application here.

Dr. Fuertes 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.

A maximum of three grants will be awarded per year as follows:

March 31 (deadline for applications February 28 or 29)
July 31 (deadline for applications June 30)
November 30 (deadline for applications October 31)

Read testimonials about the IPRA Foundation Small Peace Research Grant awards.

Read our Privacy Policy for Grant Recipients here.


  1. 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
  2. Raul Sanchez de la Sierra (Spain) “Bandits or States? Evidence on Armed Groups’ Motives to Attack or Protect Civilians from Eastern Congo” 2013
  3. William M. Adler and Jody Jenkins (USA) “Sweet Home Costa Rica: a Story of War…and Peace” 2013
  4. 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
  5. Saba Bebawi (Australia) “Democracy Building in Post Conflict Regions: Investigative Journalism Training Post ‘Arab Spring’ ” 2013
  6. Jogendro Singh Kshetrimayum (India) “Collective Concern for Violent Death and Non-Violent Protest in the Midst of Armed Conflict in Manipur, Northeastern India” 2013