[KS] NYU CIC Fellowship

Flickinger, Amy AFlickinger at iie.org
Tue May 11 12:18:03 EDT 2004

Non-U.S. Scholars in public policy researching multilateral issues through a multilateral approach are encouraged to take advantage of a generously funded fellowship: the Fulbright/New York University (NYU) Center for International Cooperation (CIC) Fellowship in International Public Policy Program.  

The academic-year fellowship (August 2005 to June 2006) is designed to give non-U.S. scholars the opportunity to conduct research at the CIC on more effective means of multilateral cooperation in the fields of peace and security, international economics and development, international law and organizations, human rights, and humanitarian affairs.

Projects of particular interest are those that examine the political, legal, institutional and financial bases for effective multilateral action, including public-private partnerships and the division of responsibility between global and regional multilateral actors.  Recent successful projects have examined the international treatment of refugees and the multilateral process of enacting the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.  

Further information about the fellowship, eligibility, and application process are available at <http://www.cies.org/vs_scholars/NYU_CIC/>.

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