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The Africa Matter Ambassador Program (AMAP)

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 online

Description

Overview : Africa Matters Initiative (AMI) is a youth-led organisation that aims to empower and upskill young Africans in order to change their communities the African narrative through leadership, social entrepreneurship, and advocacy. Details : Africa Matters Initiative (AMI) offers the Africa Matter Ambassador Program (AMAP) for young African. The Africa Matter Ambassador Program (AMAP) is is a one year, non-residential, online development program for young Africans, focused on leadership and mentorship of soft skills development, social entrepreneurship, advocacy, African feminisms, cross continental network building, mentorship from industry leaders across Africa and the implementation of four-community impact projects. This program has been running for 2 years and in 2022 it is coming back with a new edition. Application : To apply for this program, please fill out the application form before30 September, 2021. Selected applicants will be invited to a virtual interview in November 2021 with the tentative selection and announcement in December 2021. You will be asked to answer the following: Please explain why you are interested in this years edition of Africa Matters Ambassadors Program. Describe any leadership or community engagement activity youve had in the past or are currently engaged in. In your opinion, what is the current narrative of Africa and what would you like to see change in the African continent and why? Please mention one African young leader that inspires the work you do and why? If you are selected as an Africa Matters Ambassador , what will your community impact project focus on? Required documents : CV. A short video no longer than 2 minutes in length. Videos should include: An introduction of yourself and your background (be sure to use your full name, indicate your location, etc). How will becoming an Africa Matters Ambassador benefit you and your community upon completion?.

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Residency Program from the Royal Society in the UK 2021

Place

 united kingdom

Description

Overview : The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the worlds most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. The Society has one of the most important scientific heritage collections in the world. It uses its collections to support academic research in the history of science and to engage the public with science by sharing stories of past Fellows who include some of the most famous scientists in history. Science is a global endeavor that bridges national boundaries and requires international discussion and collaboration. The Royal Society has a long history of working internationally and it continues to run programs to develop partnerships between UK researchers and scientists based overseas, as well as bring together policymakers and scientists from around the world. Details : The Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence Program Objectives: The scheme provides opportunities for enthusiastic, highly experienced industrial scientists and entrepreneurs to spend one day a week at a university developing a bespoke project to: expose university staff and students to state-of-the-art industrial research and development, and the scientific challenges faced by the industry. provide support and expert advice aimed at promoting innovation and the translation of research by universities. grow confidence in and understanding of business and entrepreneurship among staff and students. provide career recognition to the award holders, and support their professional development. Application : Applications should be submitted through the Society25th September 2021.

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Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg Fellowship

Place

 united states or online

Description

Overview : Established in memory of Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg, early supporters of Human Rights Watch (HRW), this fellowship is open to candidates who hold an advanced (graduate) degree or have a degree granted by June 2022 in the fields of law, journalism, international relations, area studies, or other relevant disciplines from universities worldwide. Candidates with LL.B. degrees or advanced degrees in other relevant disciplines may also be considered. Human Rights Watch is strengthened profoundly by the diversity of our staff and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and more. We actively seek and welcome applications from people of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, women, LGBTI persons, and persons with disabilities. Details : Fellows typically work full-time for one year in Human Rights Watchs New York or Washington, D.C. office. In some instances, other locations may be considered. The fellowship begins in September 2022. Fellows monitor human rights developments in various countries, conduct on-site/in-office investigations, draft reports and/or other materials on human rights conditions, and engage in advocacy and media outreach aimed at publicizing and curtailing human rights violations. Past fellows have conducted research and advocacy on numerous different issues in countries all over the world. Examples include projects on: police corruption and access to justice in Liberia; accessibility for people with disabilities in Russia; youth in solitary confinement in US prisons; hazardous child labor in artisanal gold mining in Tanzania; and police abuse of gay men in Kyrgyzstan. Human Rights Watch will ensure that fellows receive training and mentorship, including regular and timely feedback and guidance on professional growth. Human Rights Watch is committed to ensuring a balanced workload for Fellows and monitoring staff well-being. Due to COVID-19, many of our global offices are currently closed or operating in reduced capacities. The successful candidate may be required to work remotely initially or if local requirements mandate it. We recognize that this moment, during the pandemic, is a uniquely difficult time for most people, particularly those with caregiving responsibilities, and we aim to be as flexible and supportive as possible in both the recruitment for and onboarding of this position. Application : Required documents : CV/resume. letter of interest. A brief writing sample (unedited by others).

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Online Fellowship Program on Exiting Violence for MENA Region 2021

Place

 online

Description

Overview : Columbia University is one of the worlds most important centers of research and at the same time a distinctive and distinguished learning environment for undergraduates and graduate students in many scholarly and professional fields. The University recognizes the importance of its location in New York City and seeks to link its research and teaching to the vast resources of a great metropolis. It seeks to attract a diverse and international faculty and student body, to support research and teaching on global issues, and to create academic relationships with many countries and regions. It expects all areas of the University to advance knowledge and learning at the highest level and to convey the products of its efforts to the world. Details : Columbia University is offering ato support young scholars and researchers from the MENA region, working in the social sciences on themes relating to exiting violence. Support mechanisms for Fellows include: Creating collaborations between researchers in the MENA region and their peers in the U.S. and Europe; Enhancing visibility of the issues addressed by IPEV in the media and among policymakers internationally; Disseminating the research work and ideas through media content; Building capacity of researchers through access to two virtual training workshops designed by the Columbia Writing Center and the Journalism School; and, Fostering a network of fellows by linking them to other related Columbia initiatives that support social science researchers. Fellows are expected to investigate how to put an end to these issues and to provide solutions to these crises. They will be thinking about the exit of violence at the various levels where it is used (de-radicalization, disengagement, reconciliation, memories of groups and individuals, etc.). Related themes include: For a Comparative Anthropological, and Contextualized Approach to Radicalization De-radicalization Between Salafism, Sectarianism, and Violence Separatism and Exiting Violence Women and Violence with a Gendered Approach: MENA Region and Diaspora Uses and Misuses of Memory Public Policies Against Violence Reconciliation and Justice Roles of Strong States and Weak States in the Production of Violence in the Arab World Reconstructing the Self Application : Applicants must submit a dossier that includes the following materials bySeptember 15, 2021: s previous work. Copies of academic transcripts.

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