MINELRES: CfA: 2008 John Smith Fellowship Programme

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Fri Sep 14 14:48:11 2007


Original sender: Julie Utting <Julie.Utting@JohnSmithTrust.org>


THE JOHN SMITH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME 2008

The John Smith Memorial Trust is currently seeking applications from
potential candidates for its 2008 Fellowship Programme, to take place in
June/July next year. 

The Programme aims to strengthen and deepen democratic awareness and
good governance through a study programme in the UK and placements that
show the workings of democratic organisations and their role within a
democratic society. 

Applications for Fellowships are invited from:
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine

The Trust can only accept applications from the seven countries listed
above. 

The Trust aims to recruit high-flying and influential young leaders who
will make a substantial impact on the future development of their
countries. The Fellowship Programme is open to political leaders,
government or local government officials, journalists/media experts,
lawyers and influential young leaders from civil society or the NGO
sector. The “ideal” candidate will be aged 25-35, with a track record of
concern for good governance and promoting democratic values. Good
written and spoken English is essential.

Further information about recruitment criteria, application details and
deadlines can be obtained from the Trust’s website:
http://www.johnsmithmemorialtrust.org/Web/Site/Programme/how_to_apply.asp


Julie Utting
Administrative and Information Assistant

John Smith Memorial Trust
Tel: +44 (0)207 747 1682
Email: julie.utting@johnsmithtrust.org  
www.johnsmithmemorialtrust.org  
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The John Smith Memorial Trust is a UK registered charity. Registered UK
Charity No. 1057885.

Registered address:
Ransley Oast
Ashford Road, High Halden
Ashford, Kent  TN26 3LL
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1233 850 057
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www.johnsmithmemorialtrust.org
enquiries@johnsmithtrust.org

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