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Davis Projects for Peace

Website: www.davisprojectsforpeace.org

Davis Projects for Peace supports young individuals in creating and testing new ideas for building peace. This award grants recipients $10,000 to pursue a peace project anywhere in the world.

Past Recipients: 

2016: Sonia Kabra, "The Sisterhood Peace Project" in Jalgaon, India

Have a Question Regarding this Fellowship?

Jond

Contact:
Jonathan Diskin
Professor of Economics;
Co-Director of the
Center of Social Justice
765-983-1427
Email: jond@earlham.edu

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