Applicants must fulfil the following criteria:
•at least two years of experience of volunteering or employment in a women’s rights, human rights or peace advocacy organisation;
•two years of work experience in policy advocacy on women’s rights, human rights, peace and other social justice issues, including understanding of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security and related laws and policies;
•bachelor’s degree in international relations, women or gender studies or any of the social sciences;
•have lived or worked in a developing country for at least two years;
•full proficiency in English.
Proficiency in other languages is encouraged.
The fellowship includes travel, accommodation, living expenses and health insurance for one year.
Closing date 15 Jul 20
- Deadline information This call is repeated once a year.
- Date added 26 May 20
- Award type Early-Career fellowships
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Indexed with these disciplines
Women’s Rights; Peace & Disarmament; Civil & Human Rights; International Security
- 15 Jul 20