Chương trình giáo dục vì thiên nhiên (Education for Nature – EFN) thông báo chương trình học bổng sau đại học dành cho các công tố viên và chuyên gia tội phạm về động vật hoang dã đến từ Cameroon, Cộng hòa Trung Phi, Cộng hòa Dân chủ Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Mozambique, Cộng hòa Congo, Tanzania, Thái Lan và Việt Nam.
Hạn nộp hồ sơ: 28/02/2013
Thông tin chi tiết như sau:
Attention Prosecutors and Wildlife Crime Specialists:
WWF’s Russell E. Train Education for Nature (EFN) program aims to build conservation capacity in Africa, Asia, and Latin America by supporting long- and short-term studies. Currently, EFN is offering targeted graduate fellowships to prosecutors interested in specializing in wildlife crime from Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Thailand and Vietnam.
The application deadline is February 28, 2013
To be eligible for a fellowship, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
• You must be a citizen and permanent resident of one of the following countries: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Mozambique,
• Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Thailand and Vietnam.
• You must have at least two years’ work (paid or unpaid) experience in conservation or law and a clear interest in working on wildlife crime issues.
• Your studies and/or research must be relevant to wildlife crime issues in an eligible country.
• You must be enrolled in, admitted to, or have applied to a graduate degree program (master’s, JD, LLM, or PhD). You may study anywhere in the world.
• You must begin your studies no later than March 2014.
• You must commit to working for at least two years after the completion of your degree to reduce wildlife crime in an eligible country.
• You must NOT have received a Russell E. Train Scholarship or Fellowship in the past.
• Current WWF employees, consultants, and employees seconded to WWF from a government agency or other organization should contact EFN in Washington, DC before applying.
EFN offers a full-range of services to its grantees. As part of their awards, Russell E. Train Fellows receive:
• Financial support for tuition, books, airfare to the training institution, living expenses, and field research. Russell E. Train fellowships have a limited duration of up to two years;
• Networking opportunities to connect with other EFN grantees, alumni, and WWF staff through online and in-person events; and
• Ongoing professional development support through the EFN Alumni Program
HOW TO APPLY
• Please visit the EFN website at http://worldwildlife.org/initiatives/russell-e-train-education-for-nature
• Complete the online application prior to the application deadline: February 28, 2013.
• Send questions, comments, or concerns to email@example.com.