Scholarly and Applied Research Grants

Ongoing

RON, J. 1/2018-6/2019. Ford Foundation. Open Global Rights: ($200,000 USD).

RON, J. 1//2018-6/2019. Open Society Foundation. Open Global Rights. ($120,000 USD).

Completed

RON, J. (2016-17). Open Society Foundation. Polling Publics in Mexico and Colombia: Human Rights Attitudes and Willingness to Donate. ($160,855 USD)

RON, J. (2016-17). Ford Foundation. Open Global Rights ($200,000 USD).

RON, J. (2016-17). Open Society Foundation. Open Global Rights ($75,000 USD)

 RON, J. (2013-16). Ford Foundation. Open Global Rights ($560,000 USD).

 RON, J. (2009-11) Rights Based Organizations for Social Development and Justice: Legitimacy and SustainabilitySocial Science and Humanities Research Council ($106,800 CAD)

PARIS, R. & J. RON. (2008). Transitional Justice: Implications for Policy. Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade & Development ($50,000 CAD)

CARPENTER, C; J. RON; S. SCHULMAN; R. RODGERS. (2007-10). Issue Adoption in Human Rights Advocacy Networks. National Science Foundation ($647,000 USD- Carpenter lead investigator, $52,000 sub-award to James Ron)

RON, J. (2007). Public Health, Conflict, & Human Rights. Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade & Development ($67,000 CAD)

RON, J. (2006). Human Rights Violations & Civil War. Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade & Development ($25,000 CAD)

RON, J. (2003-07). The International Human Rights Movement: Prospects and Efficacy. Social Science and Humanities Research Council ($150,000 CAD)

RON, J.(2000-05).  Conflict and Human RightsCanada Research Chairs Program and the Canadian Foundation for Innovation ($622,000 CAD with matching funds from Quebec Province)

RON, J. (2000-01). Civil War in Congo-Brazzaville. U.S. Institute of Peace ($32,000 USD)