Ausschreibung/Call for Applications re:constitution Fellowships 2024/2025

20 mar
Rok prijave 03.04.2024

 

“Dear colleagues,

we are reaching out to you who are working on isses related to democracy and the rule of law in Europe and want to advance personal ideas and projects. The re:constitution Fellowships offer time and funding for exchange, Europe-wide networking and own project work.

The Fellowships are aimed at early career researchers and practitioners from the EU, and non-EU EEA countries, Switzerland, the UK and all countries with EU accession candidate status that are in active accession negotiations. The Fellows come from academic and practical fields of work and carry out their project work during mobility phases that take them to host organisations throughout Europe. Three Fellow meetings, extensive exchange and publication opportunities and access to a European network of experts in the field of rule of law and democracy complement the Fellowship experience.

For the period from October 2024 to July 2025, the programme invites applications for

10 Fellowships in Track 1 (open to academics and practitioners), and

5 Fellowships in Track 2 (open to practitioners only).

Deadline: 3 April 2024, 12 noon CES

Stipend: € 2.500 per month during mobility period between October 2024 and July 2025

We have visualised the most important information in the attached document and would be delighted if you could pass this information on to any interested colleagues in your network. Please find the detailed calls for applications and application requirements on our website reconstitution.eu

Next Wednesday, 20 March from 16:30 – 17:30 CET, we will host a personal online Q&A and will be happy to answer any questions. We kindly invite anyone interested in participating to register in advance: [email protected]

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us! Many thanks for your support!

All the best”

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