Ndifuna Ukwazi Fellowship Programme

Ndifuna Ukwazi
Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Monday, 4 June, 2012
Opportunity type: 
Fellowships and Scholarships

Ndifuna Ukwazi was established in March 2011 to build and support social justice organisations and leaders. The organisation was formed in response to the need to foster, develop and provide appropriate mentorship and support to local organisations and young leaders who are pursuing various social justice struggles in South Africa and are thereby attempting to hold government at all levels accountable (and including the private sector).

Ndifuna Ukwazi invites applications for its 2012 Fellowship Programme.

Fellows will receive R5 000 per month as a stipend, a work space, and computer access at the Ndifuna Ukwazi offices in Cape Town.

One of Ndifuna Ukwazi’s key goals is to contribute to building a cadre of young leaders, activists, and lawyers. The Programme will help to achieve this by allowing selected individuals to participate in one year of study in the fields of politics, history, and law, as well as leadership ethics, strategy, and management. The Programme will also give Fellows the opportunity to gain a thorough understanding and practical experience of organising all aspects of social justice and human rights work.

The updated brochure and the application form is available from the Ndifuna Ukwazi offices or the offices of its partner organisations.

To download the information booklet, refer to http://goo.gl/2AgKK.

To download an application form, refer to http://goo.gl/ySRcU.

Completed forms can either be typed or hand-written, and e-mailed to fellowship@nu.org.za or submitted to the NU offices by hand.

For more about Ndifuna Ukwazi 2012 Fellowship Programme, refer to http://nu.org.za/?p=1896.

For more about Ndifuna Ukwazi, refer to http://nu.org.za.

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