Nonviolence Research Fellowship: Summer 2012
(Quick look: "Research for a Nonviolent Future"; mid-June until mid-August; Applications due March 25, 2012; Petaluma, California; up to 3 awards: $2,000 and summer housing)
The Metta Center for Nonviolence, in an effort to advance nonviolence education worldwide, will award up to three fellowships for the Summer of 2012 (mid-June until mid-August). Fellows will pursue a research question of practical value to the field of principled, Gandhian nonviolence while spending three days a week interning with the Metta Center in Petaluma, Ca. Applicants should have positive, previous experience in conducting and completing research. The Metta Center welcomes applications from individuals around the world. While we have identified 3 key areas for research this summer (history, education and science (see link)), we encourage applicants with a specific research goal to propose their idea to us for consideration.
Find out about our fellowship at this link.
This material is cross-posted from the Peace and Collaborative Development Network, http://internationalpeaceandconflict.org