The University of Georgia has been awarded funding from the US Dept of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP) to implement an innovation conference and issue sub-awards for research on the prevalence of human trafficking.
The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES), a consortium of researchers from the University of Georgia (USA) and University of Liverpool (UK), is managing the grant.
1) To document the robustness of various methodological approaches in human trafficking prevalence research;
2) To identify and build the capacity of human trafficking teams in the design, testing, and dissemination of human trafficking prevalence data.
To achieve these aims, they are seeking strong research teams to apply at least 2 methods of estimating human trafficking prevalence in a selected hot spot and sector outside the USA.
Award Amount: $200,000-$450,000.
All application documents must be in English.
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Nonprofit organizations in or outside of the USA, including universities, other research organizations, NGOs, INGOs are eligible to apply.
Project period: 18 months.
Full Proposal Deadline: March 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm US EST.
For more information please visit https://tinyurl.com/u98arbf