[TimorLesteStudies] CDG Research Bursaries on climate change for developing countries
Bu.Wilson at anu.edu.au
Tue Jun 30 08:29:28 EST 2009
CDG Research Bursaries Round II: APPLY NOW!
Can you contribute to building understanding of the role of governance in
climate change adaptation and reducing risk to disasters?
The CDG Programme offers research bursaries of up to US$1,000 to developing
The bursaries support research into how different governance arrangements at
the national and local level can best reduce risks from climate related
We invite innovative proposals that challenge conventional thinking on how
climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction can be supported.
The proposed research should relate to one of the four CDG research
* Citizen engagement and accountability
* Implications of international policy frameworks
* The role of social protection
* Institution building in fragile states Cross-cutting topics will also be
Currently CDG is supporting research into governance of diverse issues
including land reform management, DRR mainstreaming in local government,
environmentally-induced migration responses, support for cyclone prone
communities, and strengthening citizen participation.
Bursaries are available to post-graduate students and development
practitioners from developing countries
The deadline for the current round of applications is 31st July 2009.
Applying is simple - visit:
Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) Research School of Pacific and
College of Asia and the Pacific,
Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
T: 02 6125 3194
F: 02 6125 1507
M: 0407 087 086
E: Bu.Wilson at anu.edu.au
ANU Cricos Provider Code - 00120C
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