Due Date: June 30, 2019
Applications are open for the NELGA Research Study Fellowships on Land and Gender 2019 NELGA welcomes its partner organizations’ employee or trainees with a background in land governance or gender research studies to obtain financing for research study fellowships on Land and Gender.
The Network of Quality for Land Governance in Africa (NELGA) is a collaboration of prominent African universities and research study organizations with tested management in education, training and research study on land governance.
The fellowship can be approved for field research study performed in any NELGA partner university or research study institute. It covers a research study duration from one month to an optimum of 3 months. The grant is non-renewable. The fellowship does not supply financial backing to research study at the candidate’s host organization.
The fellowship includes:
- A flat-rate travel allowance: EUR 280 for in-country, EUR 430 for neighbouring nations, EUR 630 for in-region, EUR 980 for out of area;-LRB- **************).
- A regular monthly research/study allowance of EUR 460.
The fellowship does not cover living costs. It can just be granted when annually.
- Candidates need to have finished a minimum of a very first university degree (undergraduate) at a state or state-recognized organization of college;-LRB- **************).
- Go back to their research studies at the end of the fellowship;-LRB- **************).
- Be nationals of an African nation;-LRB- **************).
- Be approved leave of lack by their house organization for the function of carrying out a field research study.
- Female candidates and prospects from less fortunate areas or groups are specifically motivated to take part in the program.
Qualified Research Study Fields
Research study propositions are qualified for moneying if they are performed in the location of land governance or other associated fields. The following cross-cutting concerns will be offered unique factor to consider:
- Females’s legal land rights and police systems
- Access to land resources and land titles (de jure and de facto)
- Females’s function in land period governance and land reform– i.e. their involvement in decision-making bodies and neighborhood governance
- Home rights within marital relationship and on inheritance
Applicants will be needed to:
To learn more, go to NELGA Research Study Fellowships on Land and Gender