Martin Chautari (MC) in collaboration with UNDP Nepal has announced up to three research fellowships on ‘Ten Years of Peace in Nepal’. University students and independent researchers are called to submit their research proposals. Interested applicant should write her/his proposal on issues critical to conflict to peace transition, peace process, transitional justice, federal and local restructuring, constitution making and its implementation, with the specific aim of analyzing the relationship between the decade-long experience and Nepal’s future development. Selected fellows will submit their final research write-ups within six months.
- Applicants should have at least a master’s degree in any discipline. Those currently writing their thesis for the degree are also eligible to apply. We will prefer candidates with demonstrable academic research and writing skills.
- The typed research proposal should be in English or in Nepali and not more than 3,000 words long. It should contextualize research objectives in the light of the available literature, discuss the sources and methods and provide a work plan for executing the proposed activities.
- The applicant should also include her/his bio-data (maximum 2 pages) and other supporting documents to demonstrate her/his prior research experience.
The application pack should reach Martin Chautari by email or by post by 14 May 2017 (31 Baishakh 2074).
Women and members of other marginalized groups are encouraged to apply.
Application should be submitted to:
GPO Box 13470, 27 Jeet Jung Marg