Two new scholarships will be offered in 2013, funded by the Global Future Charitable Trust. Each scholarship will provide an annual stipend of $25,000 (NZD) for 3 years. Scholarships will be awarded to candidates working in the areas of Development and Peace-Building; Conflict Analysis, Mediation and Conflict Transformation; Post Conflict Reconstruction: Transitional Justice Reconciliation; Peace Education; Critical Terrorism Studies or Arms Control and Disarmament.
Please apply sending an up-to-date curriculum vitae, academic record, statement of your proposed research and contact details for at least two referees to richard.jackson(at)otago.ac.nz by 20 January 2013.
I am a Global Leadership doctoral candidate from the United States.I am interested in applying for the Global futures Trust PhD Scholarship, but would like to know if I qualify with this brief proposal. I am in my third year with the following as my dissertation project. Is there a relationship between Transitional Justice, Transitional Reconciliation Commission and the International Criminal Court? In my research, I believe there is but I am interested in feedback from the subject matter experts on the exploration of leadership traits and competencies, ideological beliefs that influence decision making of Transitional Reconciliation Commission (TRC) members, and the role of the ICC in the reconciliation process. Are there alternative models that have been developed to seek restorative justice outside of the traditional -oriented models? I have read the Rome Statute, there is nothing that indicates leadership traits or competences for ICC judgeship appointments.
I am interested in your perspective.
Thank You for your time.
Thanks for your reply Andrew. The application requirements are detailed in the attachment so you would need to present a full proposal. However, your topic does appear to fit the broad research areas outlined in the information provided.