Canada Asia Agenda Grants
The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada awards grants for articles on current issues affecting Canada-Asia relations, with a preference for articles that focus on Canada’s involvement with a particular Asian country. Articles funded by APF Canada’s policy research grants are valued at $1,000 each and are considered for publication in APF Canada’s Canada-Asia Agenda series.
The Canada-Asia Agenda series examines current issues affecting Canada’s involvement with a particular country or industry in Asia. The series is edited by Dr. Brian Job, a Senior Fellow of the Foundation, and is written by academics who are experts in different specialties of Canada-Asia relations. Canada-Asia Agenda is published throughout the year. Articles published in the series tend to be succinct commentaries of no more than 3,000 words.
The purpose of the Canada-Asia Agenda series is to provide timely commentary on issues affecting Canada’s involvement in Asia. Topics considered for publication are generally tied to current events and developments in Canada and Asia. Topics can be retrospective or consider current events.
Where to Apply
Applications and questions may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
Research Grants Program
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
220-890 West Pender St.
Applications are accepted in English and French.
*The Foundation reserves the right to cite the results of research funded under the grants program, and grant recipients may be called upon for media and outreach activities coordinated by the Foundation.