CWRU Science and Human Rights Coalition receives microgrant from National Science Policy Network

Case Western Reserve University’s Science and Human Rights Coalition received a microgrant of $2,240 on Nov. 4 from the National Science Policy Network, a science-centered nonprofit organization. This grant will be used to host a science policy advocacy training workshop, which will focus on teaching individuals how to use the human right to science as a basis for pushing science policy.

This workshop will bring students together from universities and colleges around Northeast Ohio to develop a greater capacity for science policy advocacy among many institutions in the region and link in with work on the UN General Comment on the Right to Science. This coalition will then meet with Ohio lawmakers at the Statehouse in April 2020.

Read about the winners of the microgrants.