OSF-Armenia Call for Proposals: Policy Fellowship Initiative 2017

Deadline: 25 October 2017

The Open Society Foundations (OSF)-Armenia is seeking proposals for its Policy Fellowship Initiative 2017 in order to carry out rigorous and innovative study identifying the most fundamental open society challenges and developing practical solutions by researching specific policy issues.

Thematic Areas                               

  • Accountability of Judiciary
  • Government Accountability and Corruption Prevention
  • Domestic Violence and Discrimination
  • General and Higher Education
  • Disinformation and Propaganda
  • Civil Society Participation in Public Policy
  • Migration and Integration


Fellows will receive individual grants up to 3000 USD to cover research‐related costs.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants are invited to submit proposals for research on any policy-relevant topics related to Armenia’s open society challenges.
  • The PFI Program is open to civil society representatives, university faculty, policy researchers, analysts, policy advisers and specialists.
  • The applicants must have at least an MA degree in Public Policy and Administration, Political Science, Law, Economics, International Relations, or any other related field.
  • Experience in policy analysis and advocacy is desirable. Strong research skills are highly valued. Availability of fellows to devote significant time to the fellowship is a must.
  • Fellowship applications for projects last up to five months and are accepted from individuals only.

How to Apply

Applicants should submit a research proposal form, resume and a sample of previous work electronically via given website.

Eligible Country: Armenia

For more information, please visit Policy Fellowship Initiative.

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