CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: IJR Transitional Justice Fellowship, Cape Town May-June 2011

 

***Invitation/ Call for Applications: 2011 IJR Transitional Justice Fellowship Programme ***

 

9 May-10 June, 2011 Cape Town, South Africa.

 

The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) is pleased to announce the convening of a five week Transitional Justice in Africa Fellowship Programme. This is an intensive residential programme which will be held in Cape Town from the the 9th of May to the 10th of June 2011.

 

This year's Fellowship Programme will be open to nationals from Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda only.

 

Please see the attached invitation for further details.

 

Kind regards,

 

Friederike Bubenzer

Senior Project Leader

Transitional Justice in Africa Programme

Institute for Justice and Reconciliation

Wynberg Mews

Ground Floor, House Vincent

Cnr Brodie and Ebenezer Rd

Wynberg, 7800

Cape Town, South Africa

Tel: +27 (0) 21 763 7190

 

Fax: +27 (0) 21 763 7138

 

Cell: +27 793500127

 

www.ijr.org.za

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This is in fact a very good program especially for us here in Bougainville of Papua New Guinea where we have the same race and similar culture as with the Africans. Our problems and issues are also similar and we in Bougainville are also going through the process of reconciliation. However, it seems that this is only limited for African Countries. I am just wondering if someone from our part of the world could be considered to attend??

Dear Dennis

Thank you for your reply and bringing this to my attention. Regrettably, this programme is open for individuals from Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda only. We are aware of the need to run the programme on a wider scale but due to capacity limitations, we are currently able to host it for Africans only.

I promise to notify you should we open it up to a wider audience.

 

Warm regards and best wishes for your work.

Friederike

Dear Friend,

I am from Nepal and working in the field of Peace and reconciliation on the postwar peace building Scenario. I am searching the training about the same. I found this training course is favorable for me. I would like to request you provide me the detail information and procedure for the training on my email khageshor@insec.org.np and khageshor@yahoo.com

Thanks for the cooperation

Khageshor
from Nepal

Dear Khageshor

Thank you for your interest in the programme.

Regrettably, this programme is open for individuals from Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda only. We are aware of the need to run the programme on a wider scale but due to capacity limitations, we are currently able to host for Africans only.

Warm regards,

Friederike

 

I don't know why the restriction on the fellowship application, but I think it should have been left opened to all post-conflict countries like Liberia and others.Thanks for offering the fellowship to assist Africa and Africans work for durable peace on the Continent. I hope I can be invited for the next fellowship as I am interested in the Programme too from Liberia.

Thanks and God bless you real good!

 

Peter F. Zaizay

Ministry of National Security-Liberia 

Dear Peter

thank you for your interest in the programme; yours has not been the only request to host the programme on a wider scale. Unfortunately and as is so often the case with us NGO's-we are a small organisation with limited space and a limited budget so we have to focus our programme on a small selection of countries.

I will notify you should we run a programme further afield and hope that in the meantime you might find other programmes to participate in.

Good luck with your work.

 

Warm regards,

Friederike

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