Become a Fellow in our Danish delegation and learn about human rights and social justice challenges in Sarajevo or Copenhagen.
Applications to our 2021 Fellowships are now open until February 14, 2021.
As a part of the year-long Fellowship, our Fellows first participate in a six-day virtual Fellowship in June and then in an intensive in-person three-week educational program providing a country and context-specific curriculum that examines historical and contemporary challenges to human rights, pluralism and equality. After the on site Fellowship, they embark on developing civil society initiatives in their own communities.
The Fellowship comes with an ongoing training program to help Fellows implement their Action Projects, to continue collaborative learning and to keep in touch with their peers and the international Fellows’ community. These meetings will not exceed 2.5 hours.
The participation in our Fellowship program is free of charge.
Our Fellowship Program Dates in 2021
June 1 – June 4 and June 21 – June 23, 2021 International Online Pre-Fellowship: Human Rights and Civil Engagement
August 9 – 28, 2021
In person Fellowship in Tórshavn and Copenhagen: Unity of the Realm and Human Rights. Includes a study trip to the Faroe Islands (If circumstances allow.)
September 2021 – February 2022
International Online Post-Fellowship: Action Project Lab-series
Spring 2022 In person Coneference for all 2021 Fellows (if feasible)
June 1 – 23, 2021 (virtual)
In 2021, the Copenhagen Fellowship focuses especially on the Unity of the Realm (Rigsfællesskabet) and Human Rights: How are issues of climate change, geopolitics, and an increasing focus on Denmark’s colonial past, shaping the future for the people of the Arctic region? The 2021 Copenhagen Fellowship includes a study trip to the Faroe Islands.*
(*If circumstances allow.)
What We Offer
Our programs offer an opportunity to learn about the different nationally-relevant themes illuminated by diverse experts, site visits, individual presentations by the Fellows, and group discussions.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to look closely at the programs of previous years to get a sense of the daily rhythms and foci of the programs. While these programs are not designed to develop advocacy skills, it is our experience that the educational experience will provide the intellectual foundation through which future civic engagement can grow.
In 2021, Denmark-based applicants may apply to the Copenhagen and Sarajevo Fellowships.