Grants Awarded

Grants Awarded

External Grants - November 2020 

New Awards

SPONSOR: Deakin University, Canadian Department of Public Health
PROJECT TITLE: Systematic Review on Hate Crime Definitions
PERIOD: 7/14/2020 - 12/9/2021
AMOUNT: $28,720.32
SUMMARY: The grant will be used to conduct an expedited systematic review of scientific knowledge and approaches to defining and measuring hate, to be used by scholars, government, and civil society in the context of preventing, countering and addressing hate speech, hate incidents, and/or hate crime in Canada and comparable regions

SPONSOR: Vital Strategies
PROJECT TITLE: Public Health Innovation and Action Guide for Prosecutors
PERIOD: 10/28/2020 - 8/31/2021
AMOUNT: $59,956
SUMMARY: The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution received a grant for an eight-month working group process that will result in the creation of an Innovation and Action Guide for prosecutors and their partners. The guide will provide concrete and implementable guidance on the ways in which prosecutors are well-positioned to address the racialized harms of the drug war and promote better public health outcomes for people who use drugs.
SPONSOR: Laura and John Arnold Foundation
PROJECT TITLE: General Operating Support
PERIOD: 1/1/2021 - 12/31/2021
AMOUNT: $175,000
SUMMARY: General operating support for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution.
SPONSOR: Van Ameringen Foundation
PROJECT TITLE: Advocacy-focused Activities to Improve Health and Behavioral Health Outcomes for Justice-Impacted Clients
PERIOD: 12/1/2020 - 9/30/2023
AMOUNT: $300,000 (funded $100,000 annually)
SUMMARY: With support from the van Ameringen Foundation, From Punishment to Public Health (P2PH) plans to assemble a series of working groups that will contribute to the core aim of realizing mental health parity for justice-impacted and unstably-housed New Yorkers. P2PH will target two key groups: mental health and housing advocates focused on the NY State Legislature, and alternative-to-incarceration and reentry service providers that bill Medicaid for mental health services.


SPONSOR: Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)
PROJECT TITLE: Money and Things: How Finance Shapes the World It's Meant to Reflect
PERIOD: 1/1/2021 - 12/31/2021
AMOUNT: $28,350
SUMMARY: Support for a book project, to be co-authored by Arjun Jayadev and to be published in 2022 by the University of Chicago Press. It will explore the relationship between money, finance, and concrete social reality, and is intended for a broad audience including social scientists, journalists, policymakers and professional economists.


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