The African Leadership Centre, King’s College London (UK), in conjunction with the Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations are delighted to be collaborating on a project Interdisciplinary and collaborative research on peace and security: Publishing and grant writing workshop for Early Career Researchers in Eastern Africa funded by the British Academy.
The applicant for this workshop are early Career Researchers (ECRs) from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Sudan. Preference given to those with no more than two publications in an international journal.
The deadline for all applications is 15th May 2019. Participation in the project involves attendance at a two-day writing workshop in Nairobi, Kenya on the 16thand 17thof July 2019
A 2 pages CV, 500-word statement clearly outlining how your research is situated within the multidisciplinary field of Peace and Security studies. An outline/idea/abstract for an article you are developing, or a paper previously submitted to a journal and has been rejected. To apply please send the following documents to Dr Sarah Njeri, Principal Investigator (Sarah.Njeri@kcl.ac.uk).
The workshop costs relating to sub-regional travel (i.e. travel to Nairobi) and accommodation for the duration of the workshop will be covered by the project.
For more information please visit the link: https://www.afterschoolafrica.com/38980/african-leadership-centre-alc-publishing-and-grant-writing-workshop-for-early-career-researchers-in-eastern-africa/amp/
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