Topic: Rule of Law in China
Deadline: April 1, 2010
The U.S.-China Legal Cooperation Fund provides financial support to projects promoting transparent and equitable legal processes and institutions in China through U.S.-China cooperation. Since 1999, it has provided more than $1 million in grant funding.
The Fund invites grant proposals for projects fostering the rule of law in China, to be carried out jointly by American and Chinese educational institutions or other non-profit organizations. Projects should be focused on cooperative efforts in improvement of legal services, protection of legal rights, legal education, legislative and judicial procedures, and other law-related areas.
The deadline for submission of proposals to be considered by the Fund in May 2010 is April 1, 2010.
Further information on the grant application process and on previous grant awards is available at www.uschinalegalcoop.org.