Prague Civil Society Centre Fellowship 2022/2023 (Fully Funded)
Language Requirement Not required
Level Non-Degree /Short program
Eligible Region/CountriesBelarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Russia.
The Prague Civil Society Centre supports and strengthens civil society in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. They think the main forces behind social development and advancement in Eastern Europe and Central Asia are independent media and civil society.
The Prague Civil Society Center Fellowships for 2022–2023 are now accepting applications. The fellowship offers employees, activists, academics, and journalists who work on social issues and civic activity in Eastern Europe and Central Asia a fully financed three-month research residence. This feature allows fellows to:
- Create a notion and launch a new undertaking.
- Examine the problems, chances, and trends that civil society and human rights face in your nation or region.
- Create a book, training manual, policy, or analytical piece to assist your nation’s populace or civil sector.
Founded by: The Prague Civil Society Centre
Deadline: August 12, 2022
Duration: 3 months
Eligible Nations: Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Russia.
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Advantages of The Program
- The Prague Civic Centre will aid in acquiring a visa and pay for reasonable living and travel expenses.
- Additionally, a shared office area with an internet connection and conference rooms will be available.
You qualify for this fellowship if:
- You need a few months to finish your study paper or book without being interrupted by daily tasks or issues brought on by an oppressive political climate.
- You need a secure location for a constructive break from your oppressive workplace.
- You are a seasoned educator or someone in charge of providing educational services to members of civil society who wish to create a new curriculum or reevaluate their existing strategy.
- You have a lot of expertise utilizing sophisticated communication techniques and technology to advocate for social change, and you’re willing to share your methods.
- You are well-versed in a particular form of activism and desire to either chronicle or impart your expertise to others.
- You wish to organize and spread your expertise because you have a lot of experience in social entrepreneurship or have integrated profit and non-profit activities in some way.
- You are prepared to share your knowledge about successful or unsuccessful reform initiatives that have taken place in your nation so that it or other countries may learn from them in the future.
- You have a novel idea for igniting civic activity, but you need time to conceive it and develop a strategy.
- You want to compare and contrast how changes have gone in your nation and another.
- You can suggest a project on any subject. However, some subjects are given preference.
- Your project should expand on and reflect the work or experience you currently have in your native country or region.
- You must show how this fellowship will benefit your work when you return home, how you’ll share the information and expertise you’ve learned, or how you’re planning to grow.
How to Apply?
- First, fill out the scholarship application.
Make sure to thoroughly and accurately complete the questionnaire without making any mistakes or inconsistencies. Only the most deserving applicants with the strongest resumes and applications will be chosen for the scholarship program, which is exceptionally difficult.
- The second step is an online interview for the shortlisted candidates. They’ll talk about your project concept and commitment.
- The final selection results will be sent to all applicants.
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