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Human Rights Project | Alberta Human Rights Commission


Varies. The average grant is about $50,000.


The Human Rights Project grants are available for organizations and public institutions to help them make changes so that all Albertans have the opportunity to participate in the social, cultural, political and economic life of the province without discrimination. This outcome-based program supports community projects that address needs. These grants:

  • Respond to identified human rights needs and issues and can support a variety of strategies to address these needs
  • Often address issues that can be complex and may require a longer-term strategy to achieve change
  • Assist non-profit organizations and public institutions to address the intersection of human rights with issues such as social exclusion, inequality of opportunity, discrimination, racism or other barriers that limit Albertans’ ability to be full and contributing citizens

Eligible Applicants

  • Non-profit organizations that are registered as a society or charity
  • Public institutions

Eligible Expenses

Projects should address:

  • Social exclusion
  • Inequality of opportunity
  • Discrimination
  • Racism
  • Other barriers that limit Albertans’ ability to be full and contributing citizens

Proposed projects cannot be an existing, recurring program. Projects should take place in Alberta and benefit Albertans.

Deadline Date

October 1, 2017
Industry: Non-Profit, Location: Alberta ,
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