Deadline: 31 January 2017 - 12:00am
Conveners: Atlantic Philanthropies and the London School of Economics
Do you want to challenge inequality? Do you want to bring about progressive social change and learn from other talented people trying to do the same, understand how the best research can inform your thinking, and gain the confidence and strength to help to make a difference?
Please apply to our Atlantic Fellows programme. Our Fellowships are designed to nurture and support future leaders in challenging inequalities. We need fresh thinking. You will want to share your passion and commitment and learn from the experiences of other Fellows in different places and contexts.
The London School of Economics International Institute of Inequality is accepting applications for 2 fully-funded fellowships. Through Atlantic Philanthropies we will fund a group of 1 year MSc’s in Inequalities and Social Science at LSE and another group of 18 month non-residential fellows consisting of a 3-week summer school, several shorter courses, and project work. Both come with tuition, travel, and a living stipend. We are particularly interested in mid-career leaders and practitioners with around ten years of professional, activist or campaigning work challenging inequalities and who plan to continue to improve policies and practice in inequality issues upon completion of this opportunity. The first round begins in early June 2017.
Both application forms are available on the website above.Read older posts from this section