Call for Applications: CERC Civil Society & Public Administration Fellowship Program

CATEGORY: Conference/Fora/Seminars

Judith Macharia ()
Deadline

 

The CERC Civil Society & Public Administration Fellowship program welcomes practitioners from civil society organizations or government bodies who have international experience working in the field of migration or immigrant integration and inclusion to apply to participate in a one-month residency at Toronto Metropolitan University.

The CERC Civil Society & Public Administration Fellowship program promotes international collaboration and learning exchange between practitioners and researchers. It provides a unique professional development opportunity for practitioners to share and build on their field experience, connect to an expert team of Canadian and international researchers and local stakeholders, or conduct their own field research. The experience will help practitioners develop and bring back to their organizations innovative ideas for applied research and evidence-based good practices. At the same time, practitioners would be encouraged to contribute their perspectives to the work of the CERC Migration team.

The Fellowship includes:

  • A stipend, including a travel allowance, to contribute to expenses related to their stay for a total value of $4,000 CAD.
  • An academic host from the CERC Migration’s research team.
  • Access to an office space and resources available in the CERC Migration facility.
  • Professional development and networking through participation in CERC Migration’s research events and workshops.

The CERC Civil Society & Public Administration Fellowship program invites applications from practitioners outside of Canada for the 2023-2024 academic year. The residency takes place in Toronto and must occur between October 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025 for a consecutive period of 20 to 35 days.

Application instructions:

Applicants must submit online a short CV (maximum four pages) and cover letter (maximum two pages) describing the following:  

  • The motivation for your stay and how it will benefit your work and current organization. How does your work fit into any of CERC’s Research Themes, or existing projects.
  • Proposed activities to be conducted during your stay (e.g., give a presentation, engage with local organizations, conduct field research, develop a new project proposal, attend a conference, etc).
  • How the visit will provide networking opportunities
  • Which member of the CERC Research Team (opens in new window)  that you would like to work with as your proposed academic host. Select up to two potential hosts (a first and second choice). Note: The academic host cannot be Anna Triandafyllidou, and a host would be assigned based on their availability and at the discretion of CERC Migration.
  • Proposed dates of the visit (the residency should take place for 20 to 35 days between October 1, 2024 and June 30, 2025).

 



Network

Similar CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Call for Grant Applications – EU Youth Empowerment Fund

Grants/Funding
Judith Macharia

Global Innovation Challenge 2024 (Grant Awards of up to $10,000 USD)

Grants/Funding
Judith Macharia

Call for Applications for Young Peacebuilders in the South Caucasus and Central Asia

Training
Judith Macharia

Public Call for Applications for Small Grants for Individuals – Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans (CC4WBs)

Grants/Funding
Judith Macharia

go to home page

REQUEST AN INVITATION