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Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program, USA

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Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program, USA

The Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program hosts democratic activists, scholars, and journalists for five-month fellowships, bringing fresh insights and perspectives to Washington, DC. The fellowship offers an important opportunity to explore new ideas in a comparative context, undertake individual research, and share best practices with one another.

General Eligibility Requirements:

  • Citizens of any country may apply
  • Proficiency in the English language
  • Topics focusing on the political, social, economic, legal, or cultural aspects of democratic development
  • Availability to be in residence at the International Forum for Democratic Studies in Washington, D.C., during the year for which candidates are applying for a fellowship.

Fellowship Value:

Fellowship payments are calculated to cover cost of a short-term, furnished rental aprtment, plus “cost of living” for food, local transportation, and other necessities. Fellows are provided with a fully equipped office, including Internet access and a NED email account, plus a limited budget for long-distance phone calls and professional travel within the United State.


The Reagan-Fascell program makes every effort to create a rich intellectual environment that fosters learning and professional development. Through its calendar of seminars, roundtables, field trips, and other events, the program seeks to:

  • build knowledge about the work of Endowment and its core institutes;
  • provide education concerning democracy through field trips and seminars;
  • support outreach for dialogue and interaction with the governmental, nongovernmental, academic, and media communities around town and beyond; and
  • promote a sense of collegiality and solidarity among fellows as a group.

Fellows are expected to participate fully in the seminars, roundtables, field trips, and other events organized on their behalf.  In deference to the collegial goals of the program, fellows are also expected to attend each other’s presentations, traditionally held at lunchtime as “brownbag” or catered events.

In addition, fellows benefit from the many informal social and cultural activities that the program has to offer, including trips to sporting events, museums, movies, happy hours, and potluck dinners. The program encourages fellows to take full advantage of their stay in Washington, D.C., by partaking in the rich cultural life of the nation’s capital.

Official Link: http://www.ned.org/fellowships/reagan-fascell-democracy-fellows-program/

Deadline: November 1, 2016


Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline01 November,2016



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