The United States Institute of Peace seeks research that strengthens an understanding of how multilateral institutions can be reformed to more effectively build and sustain peace. Priority will be given to research which identifies the factors impacting multilateral peacebuilding and conflict prevention and offers concrete recommendations to reform, rebuild, and sustain more effective institutions at the global and regional levels.
Priority will be given to proposals that draw evidence from priority countries and regions, including Afghanistan, Burma, CAR, China, Colombia, the Horn of Africa, Iran, Iraq, Israel/Palestine, Libya, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, the Sahel, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Ukraine.
Only academic institutions or nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply. Applicants should have demonstrated experience in research and a strong record of scholarship related to international relations, political science, or peace and conflict studies.
Grant size: USD 100, 000 – 150,000
Deadline: 7 July 2021