Area of Focus: Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Law and Legal Assistance
Start date: June 1, 2010
Last day to apply: March 24, 2010
Paid or unpaid: Paid
Language(s): English, Indonesian
End date: June 1, 2011
Last updated: March 2, 2010
APPLICANTS FROM INDONESIA ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is seeking applications for the 2010
JusticeMakers Fellowship. JusticeMakers Fellows introduce novel methods of
collaborating with police, legal aid communities, and governments to ensure
competent legal counsel for ordinary people. Winning applicants earn $5,000,
training in Singapore, and a global network of support to help them
implement their proposal.
WHAT'S AT STAKE
2010 JusticeMakers Fellows will gain access to funding, resources, and a
global network of support to help them realize their personal vision for
legal aid and due process within their community.
* Each Fellow will receive USD5,000 to implement a justice project of
his/her own design.
* To increase the likelihood of the projects' success, Fellows will be
brought to Singapore in June for a week-long training course and planning
session with International Bridges to Justice staff.
* Fellows also have the option to team with a documentary photographer
and/or print journalist to bring more exposure and potential support to
Fellowship applicants must have an idea they'd like to implement and an
understanding of the local Indonesian criminal justice environment.
Applicants must first register at http://www.justicemakers.net. There, they
will be able to create a profile, access the preliminary Fellowship
application, and get the support they need to articulate their idea in
The Application Deadline is March 24, 2010. IBJ must receive Preliminary
Applications by 23:59 (11:59 PM) GMT +1 on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 for
them to be considered.