August 15, 2004



Created through a generous seed grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies and named after the Institute’s founding director, the Joel L. Fleishman, Civil Society Fellows Program provides a selected group of leaders from non-profit organisations, international NGOs, foundations and other civil society groups with the opportunity to spend a four-week residential sabbatical at Duke University’s Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy.

While at Duke, fellows perform research and work with the Institute faculty and other Duke affiliates on issues related to the development of civil society.

Applicants are selected based upon their proposed research topic and how they intend to use Duke’s resources in order to benefit their professional work in society.

The housing and program expenses are covered. In addition, each fellow receives a stipend of almost 5,000 EUR.

This year’s fellowship will begin October 1st 2004. Should you wish to apply, you can download application forms at =>

Please bear in mind that full-time academics are not eligible to apply and that the application deadline is May 1st 2004.

For further information, please contact Milissa Markiewicz, Program Director
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