The European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA) grants an annual scholarship since 2013, in memory of its Honorary President, Gianfranco Martini. A grant of 3000 euros is provided to a student or researcher who develops a study or work project related to the following topics: local democracy, engagement of civil society and/or interethnic dialogue.
This year’s proposed focuses are:
- The European Elections and the Neighbourhood Countries
- The state of art in the accession process for the Western Balkans countries
- Support to Participative Democracy all around enlarged Europe
- The participatory approaches in multi-ethnic communities
To apply submit an application to email@example.com, with the subject line “Scholarship G. Martini 2019”.
The application must include a concise presentation of 5 pages maximum, in which the candidate indicates the objective of the study or work project, and how it will contribute and foster the topics of local democracy, engagement of civil society and/or interethnic dialogue.
The successful candidate will be awarded during the General Assembly of ALDA, occurring this year in May in France.
Deadline: 15th March 2019.
Find out more here.