Application Global Diversity Fellowship

***Applications should be submitted before 1 December 2017***

Applicants should be early career researchers in the field of international criminal justice from developing countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, South America or Eastern Europe, (post-)conflict countries in particular. Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in international crimes and/or international criminal justice, should hold a relevant Master degree, and have at least two years of relevant work experience at a university or research institute. Applications from a wide variety of fields of expertise will be accepted, including law, criminology, history, forensic science, epidemiology, sociology and psychology.

Preference is given to applications of persons who have not yet had the opportunity to intern or study abroad.

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Field of expertise*


Of two referees familiar with the applicant’s work, to be contacted by the selection committee if short-listed:

Name referee 1*

Affiliation referee 1*

Email referee 1*

Name referee 2*

Affiliation referee 2*

Email referee 2*

How did you learn about the Global Diversity Fellowship?

Applications should include (files max. 1MB):
1) One-page cover letter*

2) Curriculum vitae of no more than three pages*

3) Outline of proposed research of no more than 1.500 words*

You will receive a confirmation email if the application has been sent successfully. For questions on the application, contact CICJ at cicj [at]