Application Due Date: 20 November 2018

Are you a social modification leader dedicated to advancing justice and equity? Do you wish to comprehend the procedures that are triggering and deepening inequalities? Are you ready to sign up with forces with a worldwide network of peers to install a cumulative obstacle to inequality?

The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity at the International Inequalities Institute is a wonderful chance for those from social motion, civil society, scholastic, project or policy-making organisations to examine and challenge the reasons for inequalities.

The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity will recognize, prepare and link friends of varied, multidisciplinary and action-oriented leaders looking for extreme options to the structural and historical barriers that underpin inequalities worldwide.

Via 2 tracks, Residential and Non-Residential, the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program integrates extensive scholastic coursework with useful methods to cultivating social modification.

Requirements:

Atlantic Fellows program is particularly eager to support candidates:
• Residing in the worldwide South (in specific Africa, Far East, Middle East, South America, South East Asia, and the Indian subcontinent), although this aspect will never ever be thought about in seclusion.
• Who do not otherwise have the resources to fund their involvement in such activities, particularly those from the worldwide South.
• Who might not have had access to fellowship chances in the past.

Educational and English-language requirements

Residential Atlantic Fellows

Candidates need to receive admission to the London School of Economics’ MSc Inequalities and Social Science These requirements consist of a 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline. A background in social science and/or work experience in the social policy field are beneficial however not necessary. Please describe the LSE site for complete information

GRE/GMAT requirement: None.

Candidates need to satisfy LSE’s requirement English Language Requirement

Candidates need to have at least 5 years’ experience of difficult inequality.

Non-Residential Atlantic Fellows

Candidates need to have attained a 2:1 bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any discipline, although there might be remarkable situations where the candidate’s work experience will be taken into consideration rather.

GRE/GMAT requirement: None.

Candidates need to satisfy LSE’s requirement English Language Requirement

Candidates need to have at least 5 years’ experience of difficult inequality.

Advantages:

Residential Fellows
Residential Fellows are registered in the MSc Inequalities and Social Science, and the fellowship will cover all course charges. In Addition all Residential Fellows will get a set stipend to cover affordable living expenses. The Atlantic Fellows program will likewise cover the expense of one round-trip travel for Fellows who are not London based for the Academic Year (as much as the Travel restricts embeded in accordance with our Travel Policy). Costs for presence at Atlantic Fellows occasions, such as the III Yearly Conference which will remain in Cape Town in 2018, will likewise be covered (for instance, hotels and flights).

Visa charges for Residential Fellows will likewise be covered by the Atlantic Fellows program.

Non-Residential Fellows
Non-Residential fellowships are fully-funded with all course expenses, travel, and lodging covered where required. Meals will be offered Fellows throughout of the brief courses and summer season school. The Atlantic Fellows program will cover the expense of one round-trip travel for Fellows who are not London based to each brief course and the summer season school in the UK. Likewise the Atlantic Fellows program will cover the expense of one round-trip travel for Fellows who are not Cape Town, South African based (as much as the Travel restricts embeded in accordance with our Travel Policy to each brief course in South Africa.

Application and choice procedure

  • 5 September 2018: Applications open
  • 20 November 2018: Applications close
  • 18-22 February 2019: Interviews
  • 6 March 2019: Applicants alerted

Applications are evaluated both by AFSEE, and by external consultants consisting of program partners and Senior Fellows. Candidates are picked for interview based upon the following requirements:

  • Life function and positioning with the AFSEE program’s objectives, vision, and worths
  • The AFSEE program’s positioning with the candidate’s background, vision, and capacity
  • Engagement with inequalities
  • Management experience and capacity
  • Gain access to and requirement

To Learn More:

Go To the Authorities Website of the Atlantic Fellows program 2019/2020

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