Due Date: April 30, 2019
The African Management Centre (ALC) is accepting applications for the Peace and Security Fellowship for African Ladies for 2019/2020 This Fellowship is an intellectual and monetary award to those who have the ability to represent persuading verifiable or possible capability to cause intellectual, policy or other modification in their field. The Fellowship is a postgraduate non-degree program and does not cause a scholastic certification.
The Peace and Security Fellowships for African Ladies unite African females at the early phases of their profession to carry out a thoroughly developed training program in Management, Advancement and Security at the African Management Centre (ALC), King’s College London. The Fellowship program is developed to expose young expert African females to the intricacies of dispute, security and advancement and equip them for professions in this field.
This Fellowship program is targeted at challenging the existing propensity that appears to enhance the male dominant discourse on dispute and security associated matters. It will likewise establish a network of African females scholars operating in the field whilst connecting them with the peace, security and advancement systems of African local organizations. They are moneyed by the Open Society Institute and the African Women’s Advancement Fund.
This is a 1 year Fellowship, divided into 2 six-month stages.
- Stage 1: The very first stage will be provided at the ALC, Nairobi and King’s College London. Throughout the training, the Fellows will be motivated to engage seriously with the discourse on dispute, security and advancement in Africa. They will likewise check out and study organizations operating in the field of peace and security in Africa and Europe. This stage will consist of a simulation workshop series throughout which mock dispute management scenarios will be practiced.
- Stage 2: In the 2nd stage, Fellows will be connected to an African Regional Organisation or Centre of Quality to carry out useful operate in the field of peace and security consisting of peace and dispute management procedures.
Mentoring: Throughout both stages, Fellows will have access to the program’s network of coaches, in the kind of routine group mentoring and training on crucial thematic concerns. Individually mentoring sessions will likewise be motivated, to assist guide trainees through the program.
Research Study Task: In the 12 months of the training, Fellows will be anticipated to perform a research study task on an essential element of peace, security and advancement, that remains in line with choose elements of the ALC Research Study Program on “Peace, Society and the State in Africa”. They will produce a research study report (8000 to 10000 words) and a policy short from their research study. These policy briefs will be released and distributed among various organisations in peace and security, in the area.
This is a completely moneyed * chance, not consisting of any visa application and processing expenses.
- Funds will be offered to the Fellows to cover tuition, subsistence in the UK and Africa, and travel costs connected to the program in both stages.
- While financing will be offered to spend for lodging, effective candidates are anticipated to discover their own lodging both in the UK and Africa.
- Fellows are highly recommended to make all essential lodging plans prior to using up their positions on the Fellowship Program.
- Prospects should be female people of African nations.
- Effective prospects should hold legitimate travel files prior to approval.
- Prospects should know, or experience of females’s rights, gender and advancement concerns.
- Prospects should have the ability to show a dedication to add to deal with peace and security in Africa.
- Prospects should have the ability to show capability to carry out research study on concerns connecting to peace and security in Africa.
- Prospects should show dedication to the core worths of the program: Independent believing; Stability; Pursuit of Quality; and Regard for variety in all its kinds.
- Prospects should have a pertinent institutional base and be backed by an organisation with which they have actually been included for a minimum of 2 years. Remarkable prospects without such organisational ties might be offered unique factor to consider.
- Prospects should have a verifiable prepare for how to use understanding acquired in the Fellowship upon go back to their nations and/ or organisations.
- Prospects should hold a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree with a comparable level of expert experience.
- Prospects should be proficient in spoken and composed English.
Applications will be accepted ONLINE. The due date for applications is 23: 59 hrs, 30 April 2019.
For more details, go to African Management Centre