2023 Heinrich Böll Foundation Hbs’ 9th MENA Regional Summer School (Fully Funded)
Deadline: May 7, 2023.
The Heinrich Böll Foundation, represented through its offices in Rabat, Tunis, Ramallah and Beirut, welcomes applicants from the MENA region to apply for the 9th Regional Summer School that will take place from 29 July to 05 August 2023 in Jordan, under the title “It’s More than Just Food: Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture towards Equitable and Justice-based Food Systems in the MENA Region”. The School aims to provide young professionals from civil society, youth and community initiatives, activists and researchers a space to exchange, debate and learn about the multiple dimensions of food systems, the water-energy-food nexus and community-supported sustainable agricultural practices towards food sovereignty. Through inputs, group work sessions and field trips, participants will learn about the different perspectives regarding achievements, progress, constraints and shortcomings of food systems in the MENA region.
- Eligible candidates should be between the ages of 23-38
- Reside in one of the following MENA countries: Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Iraq and Syria.
- They are looking for engaged and motivated candidates from civil society, academia and activist groups working on different kinds of actions related to agriculture and food system management aiming for behavioral, social or political change.
Travel, accommodation and board costs of the participants will be covered by the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
In order to be considered for the Regional Summer School 2023, please submit the following documents:
- A filled out Application Form
- An up-to-date Curriculum Vita (CV)
- A Short Paper (2 pages maximum) focusing on a topic related to the overall theme of the Summer School and show the applicant’s knowledge/expertise in this field as well as his/her ability to work independently and creatively. To this end, the applicant should choose a topic from within the subject area and point out its relevance to his/her respective local or national context, e.g. by introducing an exemplary project, a current debate, etc. The paper can be written in the form of an essay or a short academic paper. Accepted languages are English and Arabic.
Applicants from Palestine and Jordan are asked to submit their application documents in English or Arabic to:
Heinrich Böll Foundation – Palestine and Jordan, Mr. Nidal Atallah ([email protected])
Applicants from Morocco are asked to submit their application documents in English, Arabic, or French to:
Heinrich Böll Foundation – Rabat, Ms. Fatima-Zohra Lamrani ([email protected])
Applicants from Tunisia and Egypt are asked to submit their application documents in English, Arabic, or French to:
Heinrich Böll Foundation – Tunis, Ms. Emna Fourati ([email protected])
Applicants from Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria are asked to submit their application documents in English or Arabic to:
Heinrich Böll Foundation – Beirut, Mr. Christophe Maroun ([email protected])