Call for Projects for Peace
Receive a $ 10.000 grant to do your Project for Peace as JGU-student!
Have an idea for how to help your community? Are you ready to take action around a social issue you feel passionate about? Interested in peace-building and conflict-resolution? If any of these things are true, you might be interested to learn more about Projects for Peace.
Projects for Peace is a global program by Middlebury College that encourages young adults to develop innovative, community-centered, and scalable responses to the world’s most pressing issues. The program provides selected students with $10,000 grants to carry out their projects over the summer. In 2024, the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is partner of the initiative, see: Summer Grants | Middlebury
In this context, we are looking for students and student groups from the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz that seek to develop and implement such Projects of Peace and receive a $ 10.000 grant!
We are looking for any projects that seek to address conflict, conflict transformation, conflict resolution, peacebuilding or any other issues related to conflict in broad sense and across academic disciplines. This especially applies to projects that work with local community in Mainz and the region or seek to address specific communities elsewhere. Overall, the call for projects is very open and flexible to any ideas and projects. For a list of past projects see: Project Archive | Middlebury
• Students must be enrolled at JGU Mainz (at least some members of the project team);
• Students may be of any age, any major, or any year;
• Students may come from any discipline and any background;
• Students may implement the project alone or with others including civil society organizations, non-governmental organizations, communities);
• The project may take place anywhere in the world, including in Germany and Mainz.
• The internal JGU-deadline is 30 January 2024;
• Students should submit a proposal narrative and a proposal budget in English; for more information, see here: Guidance | Middlebury
• Projects should be submitted via email as one file to the Campus Liaison Officer Dr. Friedrich Plank, email@example.com
Contact and Help
Please contact Dr. Friedrich Plank (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions;
Come to the information meeting on 15 January 2024, 18:00, room 02-617 (Georg Forster Building)