Martha Farrell Fellowship on Sexual Violence 2019 for African Scholars (Funded to Delhi, India)
Academic staff in East African universities can apply for a one-week fellowship in Delhi, India, to develop an anti-sexual harassment programme for their home university.
Application Deadline: 8th May 2019 at 23:59 UTC+1.
Eligible Countries: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
About the Award: The Martha Farrell Foundation is offering the fellowship in partnership with the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) to staff in universities in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
Type: Training, Fellowship
Eligibility: Open to professional and academic staff of ACU member universities in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Number of Awards: 1
Value of Award:
- The Fellow will receive funded return economy travel to New Delhi and accommodation, local travel, and sustenance while undertaking the training.
- In addition, a grant of up to GBP £1000 can be claimed for research costs and other costs arising from the fellowship.
Duration of Award: Travel will take place in September or October 2019. The exact dates will be discussed with the successful applicant.
How to Apply: Apply online here
Applicants must submit a proposal for their fellowship and provide proof of support for their fellowship from the Executive Head of their home institution.
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