Project activities may include, but not limited, the following (JWF welcomes innovative approaches and project activities):
Academic functions (e.g., organizing workshops, conference or panels, empirical research, and publications)
Community outreach (e.g., affordable housing initiatives, community building initiatives, gang violence prevention, migrant population initiatives, neighbor relations initiatives)
Education (e.g., curriculum development, teacher training, exchange programs, field trips, student organizations)
Capacity building (e.g., conflict resolution training, training of trainers, leadership skills, facilitation skills, management skills)
Grassroots organization (e.g., employment initiatives, faith-based initiatives, gender equality initiatives, peace initiatives, social justice initiatives)
Media (e.g., arts, journalism, social media, apps for change, documentary)
In 1994, the Rwanda genocide killed over half a million people including about three quarters of the Tutsi population.