Every year, the Flowers Fund provides small grants to support innovation and mentorship in human rights education (HRE) in the United States. The fund aims to encourage new philosophic and theoretical thinking, new pedagogies, and new outreach methods for HRE, as well as emerging leadership in the field.
The Flowers Fund will consider applications in areas such as research in human rights education, travel to attend HRE conferences, encouragement of emerging leadership, and innovative projects that expand the scope and understanding of HRE and/or extend the audience for HRE.
The deadline to submit nominations for a 2019 Flowers Fund Grant has now passed.
Grants of up to $1000 will be made for projects to individuals and organizations that are members of HRE USA. The project should have direct relevance to human rights education in the United States and be completed during the 2019/2020 Academic year.
For more information on eligibility guidelines, please read the Flowers Fund Grant Guidelines. Applicants might include:
- undergraduate and graduate students
- current and retired teachers at any academic level
- staff members of organizations engaged in human rights education
- human rights activists