Experience Human Rights Grants
The Experience Human Rights grants are micro grants that provide incentives for non-profit organizations to encourage Albertans to build greater involvement in human rights matters. This grant will provide up to $1,000 per year to organizations for one or more days of human rights related activities. (For longer and more complex projects, see Human Rights Project Grants.)
Examples of Projects
This program has the flexibility to support community-based dialogues, activities or events such as those that:
- raise awareness of emerging or existing human rights issues,
- increase capacity to undertake human rights initiatives,
- provide Albertans the opportunity to acknowledge significant human rights matters,
- build collaborative relationships that lead to addressing human rights and diversity, or
- serve as a catalyst for change or future human rights action.
Link to printer-friendly information on the Experience grant and learn more about grant requirements and the application process.
Grant deadlines: May 1 and October 1.
You can read the Experience Grant Guidelines.
The Experience application includes these fillable forms:
*NOTE: If you are having problems opening the link for the Experience grant application form or the Experience budget template, right click on the link and choose "Save as," "Save target as" or "Save linked file to downloads," then save the file on your computer before opening. If unsuccessful, please email HREMFgrants@gov.ab.ca.
If you have any questions or problems accessing links, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revised: September 10, 2015
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