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John Wallach at the Seeds of Peace Camp
John Wallach, former fellow and grant recipient, celebrates with his Seeds of Peace campers.

A key goal of the Institute's work is to help bridge the gaps between government, academia, the NGO and IGO communities, and the media in finding creative approaches to prevent, manage, and resolve international conflicts. To help meet this challenge, the Institute mobilizes the best talent from around the globe through its Fellowship and Grant Programs. The Fellowship Program enables outstanding scholars, policymakers, journalists, and other professionals to conduct research on important issues concerning international conflict and peace while is residence at the Institute. The Grant Program provides financial support for research, education, training, and the dissemination of information on international peace and conflict resolution to grantees based around the world.

 

 

Grant Program

Through its two principal grantmaking components—Unsolicited Grants and Solicited Grants—the Institute offers financial support for non-resident research, education, and training and the dissemination of information on international peace and conflict resolution. Unsolicited grants are provided for any topics that fall within the Institute's broad mandate. Solicited Grants are awarded for special priority topics identified in advance by the Institute.

Fellowship Program

The Jennings Randolph Program for International Peace awards Senior Fellowships (in residence) to enable outstanding scholars, policymakers, journalists, and other professionals to conduct research on important issues concerning international conflict and peace. The Jennings Randolph Program also awards non-resident Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellowships to students at U.S. universities researching and writing doctoral dissertations on international peace and conflict.

 


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