The U.S. Embassy Argentina Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce its Public Diplomacy Grants Program.
- to strengthen the bilateral ties between the United States and Argentina,
- promote economic prosperity and security through academic and cultural initiatives seeking to increase understanding between U.S. and Argentine people and institutions.
- Promote U.S. – Argentina shared values
- Projects that promote U.S. culture, including music, history, sports, education, tourism, or English Language.
- Activities, workshops and speaker programs that strengthen the ties and increase mutual understanding between people in the U.S. and Argentina.
- Projects that support educational exchange and partnership particularly those related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematic (STEM) among Argentine youth.
- Strengthen Prosperity
- Projects that foster economic growth, improved business climate, entrepreneurship, innovation, corporate social responsibility, U.S. businesses, and the protection of Intellectual Property Rights.
- Projects that encourage social development, help reduce inequality, especially among marginalized populations especially outside the City of Buenos Aires.
- Projects that support the development of sustainable agriculture, energy or water management, environmental protection, wildlife conservation.
- Reinforce democracy, freedom and transparency
- Programs that promote good governance, open data and more transparent, independent and democratic institutions in Argentina.
- Projects that support human rights, racial/ethnic equality, gender equality, women’s empowerment, diversity and social inclusion as part of a strong civil society.
- Programs related to freedom of the press that improve quality of investigative journalism and transparency.
- Improve STEM and English education in Argentina
- Reinforce journalistic standards to counter disinformation and support freedom of information
- Encourage inclusion and diversity through engagement with marginalized populations, women, at-risk youth, and minorities to reduce economic inequality.
- Emerging voices, including civil society leaders;
- Business leaders and entrepreneurs;
- Established opinion leaders, including cultural and/or academic institution leadership;
- Residents of Argentine provinces outside of the city of Buenos Aires.
For more information, visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336004