The Global Campus of Human Rights is offering a number of scholarship opportunities to applicants who can demonstrate to have a strong children’s rights component and a solid project proposal.
Selection criteria for scholarship recipients are:
Fluency in written and spoken English
University Degree (BA, MA or PhD)
Academic or professional experience/interest in children rights-related issues
A solid children rights project proposal which can have an impact on the community
Experience of or interest in working in visual media
Strong motivation focused on the ability or potential to benefit the public or a particular community or sector by attending the Summer School.
Candidates should fill in the application form by demonstrating how their participation at the Summer School will further develop their contribution to children’s rights issues and to their future career and what is the expected impact of their project in advancing the rights of the child.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted after the deadline of 30 April 2023 for the possibility of undergoing a 15-minute interview on Zoom.
Tuition waivers will be waived the full tuition fee which includes lunches and coffee breaks on class days and the Venice Film Festival accreditation. All other expenses are to be paid by the participant.
Full bursaries will be waived the full tuition fee which includes lunches and coffee breaks on class days and the Venice Film Festival accreditation. In addition, it will also cover the reimbursement of expenses related to international and local transportation, accommodation, meals during the programme and other expenses such as visa and insurance costs up to a set amount.