The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is proud to announce the Martin Alexandersson Research Scholarship in Human Rights Studies for the high-potential applicants. Students from around the world are eligible to apply.
The grant is awarded to a researcher who is planning to carry out, or who is carrying out, a study in the field of human rights, preferably in respect of Roma populations or of anti-Semitism, and who is well qualified for the task.
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The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law is an experienced research and academic institution with offices, programmes, and convening power covering 40 countries. The mission of the institute is to contribute to a wider understanding of, and respect for, human rights and international humanitarian law.
- Application Deadline: November 15, 2019
- Course Level: award is available to pursue research.
- Study Subject: award is awarded to learn Human right studies.
- Award: The aid amounts to SEK 30,000 and is awarded to a researcher who is planning to carry out, or who is carrying out, a study in the field of human rights, preferably in respect of Roma populations or anti-Semitism, and who is well qualified for the task.
- Nationality: Students from around the world are eligible to apply.
- Number of Awards: Numbers not given
- The award can be taken in Sweden
- Eligible Countries: Students from around the world are eligible to apply.
- Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this application you must meet the following requirements:
- Applications are encouraged from around the world concerning the implementation of human rights of Roma and Jews, including strategies for rights implementation and special measures directed towards these groups.
- The project is to be completed within a 12 months period from the announcement of the selected candidate.
- English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
How to Apply: A complete application should be written in English and contain the following information:
- Applicant’s CV (maximum 5 pages including publications)
- Project description which includes the aim and relevance of the research as well as an indicatory time frame (maximum 2 pages total)
- The budget which indicates costs related to the execution of the project and when applicable, information about other sources of funding available for the project