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  • Max Ediger
    ... From: Global Conflict and Peace Education Date: Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 12:34 AM Subject: [Globalissuesincrepegppac]
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      From: Global Conflict and Peace Education <globalissuesincrepegppac@...>
      Date: Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 12:34 AM
      Subject: [Globalissuesincrepegppac] (Asia) Applications Requested - Asian Civil Society Professionals for the Asia Leadership Fellow Program 2010
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      http://www.fundsforngos.org/latest-funds-for-ngos/applications-invited-from-asian-civil-society-professionals-for-the-asia-leadership-fellow-program-2010/

       

      Please see the link above for more details. 

      The International House of Japan and the Japan Foundation is currently accepting applications for the 2010 Asia Leadership Fellow Program (ALFP). The ALFP is an opportunity for individuals working in the civil society/NGO sector in Asia to gain increased professional understanding about related issues through workshops, seminars, the retreat meeting, field trips and the public symposium. The Program will be held in Tokyo, Japan for a period of nearly one month and has been scheduled from 12 September to 13 November 2010. The theme of the program is “Asia in Dialogue: Visions and Actions for a Humane Society.”

      The fellowship includes a round trip airfare to and from Tokyo, daily allowance to cover accommodation, meals and other incidentals, medical insurance during the stay and other costs related to group activities such field trip and retreat.

      Eligible candidates can be from Northeast-,Southeast-and South Asian countries and should be between the age group 35-59 years. Although it is not necessary to have a postgraduate degree, but the candidate should have a good command over English and should demonstrate outstanding leadership ability or potential in his/her profession.

      The application form can be downloaded from the link given below. The deadline to submit applications is 11 January 2010. For more information, visit this link.

      http://www.i-house.or.jp/en/ProgramActivities/alfp/Call_for_applications2010.htm

      The International House of Japan and the Japan Foundation is currently accepting applications for the 2010 Asia Leadership Fellow Program (ALFP). The ALFP is an opportunity for individuals working in the civil society/NGO sector in Asia to gain increased professional understanding about related issues through workshops, seminars, the retreat meeting, field trips and the public symposium. The Program will be held in Tokyo, Japan for a period of nearly one month and has been scheduled from 12 September to 13 November 2010. The theme of the program is “Asia in Dialogue: Visions and Actions for a Humane Society.”

      The fellowship includes a round trip airfare to and from Tokyo, daily allowance to cover accommodation, meals and other incidentals, medical insurance during the stay and other costs related to group activities such field trip and retreat.

      Eligible candidates can be from Northeast-,Southeast-and South Asian countries and should be between the age group 35-59 years. Although it is not necessary to have a postgraduate degree, but the candidate should have a good command over English and should demonstrate outstanding leadership ability or potential in his/her profession.

      The application form can be downloaded from the link given below. The deadline to submit applications is 11 January 2010.

       

       

       


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