Deadline: November 15, 2019
The Resilience Fellowship has been launched to build a platform for cross-sectoral, global, and interdisciplinary collaboration between civil society actors, human-rights activists, journalists, artists, scholars, policymakers, grassroots community leaders, and others working to counter the effects of organized crime.
The Fellowship will provide support and opportunities to a cohort of individuals from around the world. Each year a chosen theme will focus on a global issue, on which Resilience Fellows will collaborate on finding new perspectives and responses, drawn from their diverse – yet shared – experiences.
- Each fellow will receive $15,000 to be executed with no other limitation than the principles of professionalism, integrity, and transparency, the proposal presented in the application form, the terms and conditions of the Fellowship agreement, and the implementation of collaborative actions with other fellows.
- The Fellowship will start on January 15 and end on December 31, 2020.
- Fellows must be available to participate in the following activities as part of the Fellowships agreement:
- Participate in an induction and appointment of a mentor
- Attend a residency retreat
- Participate in a “Resilience Dialogue” at the end of the year
- Participants should be from countries disproportionately affected by organized crime, and/or from developing countries.
- Participants should ideally work closely within communities severely affected by disappearances related to organized crime, or have strong ties within them, and should have ongoing or established projects or engagement.
- Participants should be able to demonstrate how the funding and support will be used.
- Participants who have direct experience in their communities’ issues, related to the annual theme, are particularly encouraged to apply.
- Participants must be fluent in at least one of the three languages: Spanish, English and French.
- The prior work of participants should demonstrate a commitment to the ethics and values of the Resilience Fund.
Click here to apply.