In 1984 MCC issued an apology, on behalf of Canadian Mennonites, to Canadian Japanese for abuse suffered during World War II. This scholarship is a symbol of cooperation between the two groups.

The $2,000 scholarship funds research on the protection of minority and human rights in Canada in order to reduce the potential for abuse of cultural minorities.

The National Association of Japanese Canadians and Mennonite Central Committee Canada co-sponsor the scholarship.

Selection Criteria

To be eligible students must be:

  • Enrolled in a graduate program the fall of the following year
  • A Canadian citizen or landed immigrant studying at a university in Canada
  • Doing research that will help protect minority or human rights in Canada

Download the Application Packet

Applications must be received by April 1.

For more information contact MCC Canada (Attn: CJM Scholarship).

Congratulations to the 2014 winner Katelin Neufeld.