US Jesuit Conference Announces Request for Proposals for the 2013 Social and Pastoral Research Grants

BY ISN STAFFJanuary 11, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC – The US Jesuit Conference has announced a request for proposals for the 2013 Social and Pastoral Research Grants.  The grants are administered by the Conference’s Social and International Ministries (SIM) office.  Approximately $20,000 in grants funds available for disbursement.  Grants will assist individuals and organizations in acting and educating on the “faith that does justice.”  Typically grants range in value from $4,000 to $6,000 each, though greater amounts will be considered if funds are available.  This year the request for proposals focuses on two areas of research: 1.  Exploring the connection between race and injustice with an Ignatian lens; and 2. Making connections with Africa.

Introduction Letter and Proposal Application: (PDF) (WORD)

Proposals are due in to the Jesuit Conference by March 1, 2013.  

Questions regarding proposals can be directed to Shaina Aber, Policy Director for Social and International Ministries at 202-629-5918 or [email protected].

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