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04 Nov
2020

THE RUSSELL SAGE FOUNDATION SUPPORTS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ON IMMIGRANT INTEGRATION.

  Grant Amount: $25,000-$50,000 range.

Information

The Russell Sage Foundation, through the Carnegie Corporation in response to the crises of 2020, the foundation is dedicating its next funding cycle exclusively to research that seeks to improve our understanding of these extraordinary times. The severe consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, including its economic disruptions, and the recent mass protests to combat systemic racial inequality in policing and other institutions have reaffirmed the importance of social science research examining economic, political, racial, ethnic, generational, and social inequalities relevant to public policy and social change.

 

For its November 11, 2020 deadline, RSF will return to accepting letters of inquiry under the following core programs and special initiatives: Future of Work; Immigration and Immigrant Integration; Race, Ethnicity and Immigration; Social, Political and Economic Inequality. RSF will continue to accept letters of inquiry relevant to any of RSF’s core programs that address at least one of the following issues:

 

  1. Research on the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting recession in the S. Specifically, research that assesses the social, political, economic, and psychological causes and consequences of the pandemic, especially its effects on marginalized individuals and groups and on trust in government and other institutions. Our priorities do not include analyses of health outcomes or health behavior. November 4, 2020 deadline.
  2. Research focused on systemic racial inequality and/or the recent mass protests in the S. Specifically, research that investigates the prevalence of racial disparities in policing and criminal justice and their social, political, economic, and psychological causes and consequences; the effects of the current social protest movement and mass mobilization against systemic discrimination; the nature of public attitudes and public policies regarding policing, criminal justice, and social welfare; and the effects of those attitudes in the current political environment.

Eligibility

Eligibility is limited to individuals with a doctorate. In rare circumstances, the Foundation may consider applications from scholars who do not hold a doctorate but can demonstrate a strong career background that establishes their ability to conduct high-level, peer-reviewed scholarly research. Current students are not eligible to apply.

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Category

  • Community Development