Atlantic Fellowship for Social and Economic Equity Program 2019/20( Fully-funded to London/Cape Town)

0
305

Due Date: November 20,2018

Applications are open for the 2019-2020 Atlantic Fellowship. The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program means to cultivate a sustainable and catalytic area of Fellows who come from a worldwide area of social adjustment leaders. Through 2 tracks, Residential and Non-Residential, the Fellowship incorporates exhausting scholastic coursework with helpful methods to cultivating social adjustment.
Are you a social adjustment leader committed to advancing justice and equity? Do you want to understand the treatments that are activating and deepening inequalities? Are you prepared to register with forces with a worldwide network of peers to set up a cumulative challenge to inequality?
Based in the International Inequalities Institute (III) at the London School of Economics and Federal Government (LSE), the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program is amongst 7 interconnected Atlantic Fellowships.
AFSEE Fellows team up to think seriously about the source of social and monetary inequalities and utilize this to real-world practice. They are exposed to diverse principles and perspectives in a program embedded in LSE’s popular research study area and informed by activists and experts from around the world. They pursue outcome-oriented tasks and are inspired to develop a shared understanding of the principles and worths of social and monetary equity, and their relation to practices of area and management.
Tracks.

Residential Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity are based in London for a total scholastic year (September to August) to complete the 1 year MSc Inequalities and Social Science at the London School of Economics and Federal government and take part in AFSEE modules.

Non-Residential Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity take AFSEE’s program of modules, dedicating to 5 weeks throughout a year, while protecting their specialist commitments.

Benefits.
The Fellowship includes:.

Total tuition charges.
₤ 3,000 to support job work.
dedicated mentorship.
travel to and from London/Cape Town for each Module, and.
budget friendly travel and accommodations expenditures.

Eligibility.
Residential Fellows:.

Prospects need to get authorized for admission to the London School of Economics’ MSc Inequalities and Social Science. These requirements include a 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline.
A background in social science and/or work experience in the social policy field are useful nevertheless not needed.
GRE/GMAT requirement: None.
Prospects need to please LSE’s fundamental English Language Requirement.
Prospects need to have at least 5 years’ experience of challenging inequality.

Non-residential Fellows:.

Prospects need to have obtained a 2:1 bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any discipline, although there may be remarkable scenarios where the prospect’s work experience will be thought about rather.
GRE/GMAT requirement: None.
Prospects need to please LSE’s fundamental English Language Requirement.
Prospects need to have at least 5 years’ experience of challenging inequality.

Requirements.

They are looking for Fellows who are strong, hazardous, and prepared to challenge power; who see the bigger image about how inequalities are playing out; who are innovative and severe about services; who bring care and collaboration into their practice; who are not focused on advancing their occupations, nevertheless are actually committed to changing the world.
In particular, they are looking for:.

Experience:.
Deep devotion to social adjustment, backed by 7 to 10 years of considerable real-world experience in challenging inequalities in activist, marketing, arts, civil society, or other settings.
Individuals with less than 7 nevertheless a minimum of 5 years of experience will similarly be considered, based upon their achievements in youth organising or advocacy.

Clearness of vision:.
Innovative principles, a clear sense of function, and a get ready for using the discovering utilized by the program to produce authentic future impact, through an idea for an argumentation or job.
Readiness to grow in self-esteem and effect as a leader, in way where invite and advance the principles of social and monetary equity, and their practice.

Possible to have impact:.
Nerve to pursue long-lasting and considerable adjustment for monetary and social equity, with potential to be crucial in forming an encouraging vision, directions, and program for social adjustment in specific areas, fields, professions, and beyond.
Ability to absorb and make the most of the network, resources, and capabilities utilized through the Fellowship.

Social and mental maturity:.

Interest in acquiring from and engaging with numerous perspectives and experiences from throughout a range of contexts, with a coordinating ability to search complexity and range.
Openness to entirely engage with the whole AFSEE discovering journey, including the intellectual and private enhancement this treatment needs.

Commitment to collaboration:.
Desire to actively contribute to a consistent peer-led, value-driven area.
Commitment to handle and support others in achieving personal and cumulative impact.

They are particularly excited to support prospects:.

Residing in the around the world South (in particular Africa, Far East, Middle East, South America, South East Asia, and the Indian subcontinent), although this element will never ever be considered in privacy.
Who do not otherwise have the resources to money their participation in such activities, particularly those from the around the world South.
Who may not have had access to fellowship possibilities in the past.

Option Requirements.
Applications are examined both by AFSEE, and by external specialists including program partners and Senior Fellows. Prospects are selected for interview based upon the list below requirements:.

Life function and placing with the AFSEE program’s goals, vision, and worths.
The AFSEE program’s placing with the prospect’s background, vision, and capability.
Engagement with inequalities.
Management experience and capability.
Gain access to and requirement.

Application.
Click this connect to utilize.

For extra info, have a look at Atlantic Fellowship.