The SCI Fellowship Programme
SCI’s Fellowship Programme aims to nurture human talent to challenge inequality, promote peace building and deliver social change. It is an opportunity for social change activists to take up to one year to reflect on and document practice, and to share and exchange ideas, skills and strategies with others. Activists have successfully used the fellowship to broaden their skills and effectiveness through a period of study, reflection and exchange with others.
Who is the SCI Fellowship Programme aimed at?
SCI seeks out activists who can demonstrate that participation in the fellowship programme will enhance their leadership and the impact of their work for social change. They can be seasoned campaigners and advocates who want to reflect and document their work, or emerging new activists who would benefit from exposure to the work, strategies, learning and good practice of others.
Through SCI’s networks, fellows can access a global community of people working on similar themes and using a diverse range of strategies and tactics to effect social change.
How does the SCI Fellowship Programme work?
Fellowships range from 3 months to two years, with most being about 12 months long. The amount of each fellowship award is dependent on a number of factors including length, location and work proposed. Each Fellow agrees a set of outputs and outcomes to be achieved through their fellowship, including the publication and sharing of products and materials with external audiences.
Participants in the SCI Fellowship Programme
The SCI Fellowship Programme is currently supporting 27 different activists based across the globe, working on issues such as migration, access to housing, human rights, peacebuilding, and inequality.
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The SCI Fellowship Programme is not open for general applications. SCI seeks nominations from key informants in a range of relevant areas and geographies.
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