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African Management Centre Publishing and Grant Composing Workshop 2019 for Scientists in Eastern Africa

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African Management Centre Publishing and Grant Composing Workshop 2019 for Scientists in Eastern Africa

Due Date: May 15, 2019

The African Management Centre, King’s College London (UK), in combination with the Hekima Institute of Peace Researches and International Relations are thrilled to be teaming up on a task Interdisciplinary and collective research study on peace and security: Publishing and grant composing workshop for Early Profession Scientist in Eastern Africa moneyed by the British Academy.

The objective of the task is to support ECRs to establish and/or boost the capability to prepare effective research study grant propositions, compose for publication in worldwide journals and perform collective interdisciplinary work. The more comprehensive objective is to increase in the uptake of Peace and Security associated journal short articles composed by Early Profession Peace and Security Scholars particularly ladies who are based in the Eastern African area.

Program Information

Research Study by the ALC has actually revealed that those who release in worldwide journals increase the chances of affecting policy, publications are likewise a step when looking for grant chances; hence there is an overriding important to support ECRs consisting of and particularly ladies to establish and/or boost the capability to compose for publication in worldwide journals; prepare effective research study grant propositions and carry out collective interdisciplinary research study.

The task, is moneyed by the British Academy, and looks for to establish the composing capability of Peace and Security, Early Profession Scientist (ECRs) from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Sudan, assisted in by recognized and early profession academics from the African Management Centre (ALC) at King’s College London; the Editor of the Dispute Security and Advancement Journal; a workshop facilitator from Cloud Chamber (UK) and Kenyan based academics from Hekima Institute of Peace Researches and International Relations (HIPSIR).

The Workshop will be a mix of composing concepts and techniques on effective dissemination of research study findings through worldwide publication; preparing effective research study propositions and; carrying out collective interdisciplinary research study. The sessions will be themed around the fields of peace, security and advancement which is an abundant context for effective interdisciplinary work. Involvement in the task includes participation at a two-day composing workshop in Nairobi, Kenya on July 16 and 17, 2019.

Expense

  • The workshop costs associating with sub-regional travel (i.e. travel to Nairobi) and lodging throughout of the workshop will be covered by the task.

Eligibility

  • Open to research study and scholastic personnel working throughout disciplines on problems of peace and security broadly specified; without any more than 10 years post-PhD experience;-LRB- ***************).
  • Association to or utilized as a scientist at an organization of college or Research study organization in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Sudan;-LRB- ***************).
  • Choice provided to those without any more than 2 publications in a global journal;-LRB- ***************).
  • Needs to dedicate to complete participation throughout the 2 days;-LRB- ***************).
  • Ladies are especially motivated to use.

Application

To use please send out the following files to Dr Sarah Njeri, Principal Detective by means of [email protected]:

  • A 2-page CV;-LRB- ***************).
  • 500- word declaration plainly describing how your research study is positioned within the multidisciplinary field of Peace and Security research studies;-LRB- ***************).
  • An outline/idea/abstract for a short article you are establishing, or a paper formerly sent to a journal and has actually been turned down.

To find out more, see African Management Centre Publishing and Grant Composing Workshop