Global Engagement Seed Grants support neuroscience societies, groups, and organizations in the Asia/Pacific, African, Latin American, Middle Eastern and Pan-European regions that would like to conduct outreach and engagement activities in their local areas.
These grants are offered as part of the IBRO-led Global Engagement Initiative, formerly known as the Global Advocacy Initiative which was launched in 2012.
Global Engagement Seed Grants 2023
Proposed events and activities should address the specific needs of neuroscience engagement and outreach in the country where they are being held. They can include activities such as public lectures and public fairs; advocacy events with policymakers, educators, the media, and the public; the development of educational videos or multimedia products to increase awareness; and other similar activities.
Please note that Global Engagement Seed Grants are not for scientific research, scientific meetings, travel grants or research staff support.
To learn more about the Global Engagement Initiative, past winners, and advocacy resources and ideas, click here.
IBRO would like to thank its Global Engagement Initiative founding partners for their support: