Grant Projects Tagged With Human Rights

Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .

Notes to my Future Self – Artists Within Reach: Notes to my Future Self

2018-07-17T09:42:31+00:00

Artists Within Reach: Notes to my Future Self (#theunitedstrengthofyouth) is a monthly youth voter registration project crafted to include/prepare eligible teens and young adults from various South Florida communities of color to participate in the 2018 elections. The initiative applies a multicultural / multilingual approach to deconstructing and demystifying the [...]

Nina Magpili-Smith & Polinpapilinho Katina of Intangibles Inc. – The Cultural Tree Healing & Empowerment Workshop

2018-05-08T06:23:59+00:00

The Cultural Tree Healing and Empowerment Workshop, a group activity-based workshop that aims to develop the ethnic and global identity of the Filipino/Filipino-American youth in North Carolina and Virginia. The generational legacies of colonialism in the Philippines (16th to 20th century) are related to the mental and socioeconomic health of [...]

Madeleine Bair – El Tímpano

2018-04-12T13:29:36+00:00

"El Tímpano" project (Spanish for “eardrum”) aims to engage and support Oakland's Latino immigrants through a reporting initiative that will bring conversation to surface and amplify their voices on local and national affairs, and provide information relevant to their concerns. The project engages collaboration with grassroots organizations, artists, and community [...]

Aima Raza – The Peace Project Inc.

2018-04-02T08:36:44+00:00

The Peace Project is a NYC-based organization that provides in-school human rights and global citizenship education programs for middle and high school students. The Peace Project addresses a critical need for civics education in New York City schools, specifically working to inform, inspire, and ignite students to address human rights issues that directly affect them, their peers, their community, and their generation.

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