Haiti – REMINDER : D-4, Scholarships, call for Applications
There are 4 days left for students working on the issue of human rights or wishing to explore this theme in greater depth in their research work to respond to this call for applications. By human rights, one mean : individual freedoms, fundamental rights, collective rights, rights specific to minorities or vulnerable groups such as women, prisoners, minors.
Gender is a priority theme for the Access to justice and fight against impunity project (AJULIH). Particular attention will therefore be paid to applications promoting reflection on this theme, even if transversal to other themes.
The disciplines concerned are law, human sciences (history, philosophy, sociology, anthropology), psychology, social work, and any other relevant field.
All scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic criteria of excellence, while taking into account the socio-economic level of the candidates
Two types of scholarships are awarded :
Study scholarships for the end of the 1st cycle (passage from the 3rd to the 4th year of the license)
Support scholarships for final undergraduate theses (4th year thesis)
Details related to each type of scholarship : https://fokal.org/index.php/educationcitoyenne-appel-21
In order for your application to be eligible, please ensure that ALL of the documents required below are included with your application. Otherwise, your request cannot be processed.
All requests should be submitted via the FOKAL website. No paper application will be admissible.
Online application form : https://fokal.org/index.php/educationcitoyenne-appel-21
For more information : https://fokal.org/index.php/educationcitoyenne-appel-21
Deadline June 14 :