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Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
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Information on Applying for Research Grants
  

Information on Applying for Research Grants

U.S. Government agencies periodically seek proposals from qualified U.S. organizations, researchers, and academic institutions to conduct research on trafficking in persons. Anti-trafficking in persons (anti-TIP) research projects are similar to any other anti-TIP policy proposal and must adhere to the law prohibiting funds being used to promote, support, or advocate the legalization or practice of prostitution.

Grants.gov has the latest information on any request for grant proposals, including research proposals, and information on the grant application process. For more information, see Request for proposals, which includes current solicited grant proposal listings and tips on how to effectively apply for grants. For comments or inquiries on anti-TIP research, contact tipresearch@state.gov.

  
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