Human Rights and Multiculturalism Grants

Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund (HREM)The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund provides grants that support community projects that foster equality and reduce discrimination. These grants assist non-profit organizations, public institutions and communities to build a society where all Albertans can participate in the social, cultural, political and economic life of the province. Projects may address the intersection of human rights and issues such as social exclusion, inequality of opportunity, discrimination, racism, or other barriers that limit Albertans' ability to be full and contributing citizens.

Find out more about the funding opportunities available below: 


Human Rights Project Grant


Projects that advance human rights equality and freedom from discrimination issues so that all Albertans have equal opportunity to participate in the cultural, social and 
political life of the province.   

Deadline:  October 2, 2017
               
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Community Inclusion Grant for Alberta Municipal Governments

Municipal efforts that build inclusive communities and advance their strategies associated with the principles of Welcoming and Inclusive Communities (WIC) or as a signatory to the  Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination (CCMARD) or similar inclusion strategies.

Deadline: September 15, 2017

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If you have grant inquiries, please email: HREMFgrants@gov.ab.ca 

Revised: August 12, 2017

 


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