Chandra Sriram Human Rights Section Global South Travel Grant

General Information

The Human Rights Section of ISA invites applications for the first annual Chandra Sriram Human Rights Section Global South Travel Grant. This is a competitive grant based on merit and need intended to assist scholars with accepted papers at ISA 2019 with expenses related to attending the convention in Toronto. Applicants must be members of the Human Rights Section and be working or studying at an academic or policy institution in the Global South. We define “Global South” as defined by the ISA Global South Caucus Charter, Art. 4, section 5ai, which includes: Latin America and the Caribbean, South and Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Africa, the Middle East/North Africa and developing Eurasia.


We welcome applications from students, faculty and practitioners. We particularly welcome applications from graduate students and/or early career scholars. The selection committee reserves the right to award more than one grant in a given year, or not to award a grant if no suitable applications are received.


To apply please submit the following as a single pdf attachment:

  • Name, title, institutional affiliation and contact information

  • CV

  • Accepted abstract for ISA 2019

  • 300 word statement addressing the following:

    • How will this award enhance your research or career trajectory?

    • Have you applied for an ISA Travel Grant?

    • Describe your efforts to secure support from your home institution and external grant support

    • Indicate how much financial support you are requesting (up to a maximum of $500)


Incomplete applications will not be considered.


All application materials should be e-mailed in one file directly to the chair of the Grant Committee, Dr. Bethany Barratt, before midnight Eastern time on December 10, 2018. The committee will make its decision as soon as possible and the awardee will be informed of their award on or before January 30, 2018.


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