1. The IHRA grant program has provided funding to a whole host of projects relating to Holocaust remembrance and education. Since the program’s inception we have funded over 100 projects from across the world.
2. We are also this year funding a research grant called the Professor Yehuda Bauer Grant where the IHRA will award funding in the amount of 50,000 Euro to one project from anywhere in the world which aims to undertake new and significant research on the Holocaust and antisemitism, with no co-funding required.
3. All grant projects must have an international dimension to them, so for example, funding could be provided to a set of academics working together from two or more countries.
4. Applicants have until September 29th to submit a 300-word project abstract detailing the outline of their proposed research project.
5. Then, if we deem the proposal to align to the parameters of the Professor Yehuda Bauer Grant, we will invite you to complete a full application in mid-October.
6. All information you need on how to apply can be found on the IHRA website.