The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC) is pleased to announce the fourth edition of the Resilience Fellowship, which for 2023 will have human rights as its theme.
The Fellowship builds a platform for cross-sectoral, global, and interdisciplinary collaboration between civil society actors, human rights activists, journalists, artists, scholars, policymakers, grassroots community leaders, and others working to counter the effects of organized crime.
- For the year 2023, a total of 10 Fellows will be selected.
- Applicants should have a background in any of the following fields: journalism and media; activism; advocacy and community mobilization; the creative arts (artists, writers, filmmakers, and others); community leaders (religious, cultural, youth leaders); academia (researchers, consultants, and scholars), human rights practitioners working directly with affected communities, and the public sector (policymakers). Individuals from other disciplines will be considered if their work is relevant to the Fellowship’s objectives and the annual theme.
- The Fellowship welcomes applications from people of any gender, ethnicity, age, religion, or any other defining factor, who work in communities affected by organized crime. The overall makeup of the 10 Fellows will be diverse and will reflect an equitable geographic and gender balance.
Grant size: $10,000 to $100,000
Deadline: November 15th, 2022