The Marion Dönhoff fellowship at the Michael Succow Foundation creates a unique chance for post-graduate research on environmental issues focusing on the region of post-soviet states. The fellowship will run for a duration of up to five months for study and work in Germany. For this year, up to four (4) individuals will be selected for the fellowship. During their stay in Germany, fellows will work on a topic of their own choosing in accordance with the program objectives, under supervision of the Succow Foundation.
Journalist Marion Countess Dönhoff became prominent for her criticism against the dark side of capitalism and the consequences of unlimited growth on nature and people. She is also known for advocating for cooperation within countries in today’s post-Soviet space and the promotion of young people.
It is for this reason that the Marion Dönhoff Foundation aims to finances a fellowship program at the Succow Foundation. The fellowship concentrates in the fields of environmental journalism, political ecology and sustainable development. It is intended to support education and critical discussion in the countries of the post-Soviet space.
If you apply and get selected for this scholarship, you will be eligible for the following benefits
Interested applicants must submit their applications via emails to the provided address. You must submit your application by the deadline of July 1, 2022. Your application must include the following documents
Lastly, It is important to visit the official website link found below to access the application form.