Over the last 150 days we have learned much about the power of the habitual in post-millennial, post-apartheid South Africa. We have heard it in the grumbling, cavilling, quarrelling and grousing about the logic (or lack of) of government decrees. We have also seen it in the defiance of logic among the many bourgeois folks who mistook their entitlement for rights, whether to go running, do yoga on the beach, surf, get takeaway coffees, or to purchase items subjected to restricted trade… We saw it in the contradictory messages relayed by official government channels, in the conflict between some experts advising government, between government officials and such experts, and in the ways in which opposition parties contradicted themselves as they opposed government proclamations.
Kader Asmal Fellowships
Canon Collins Trust, on behalf of the Government of Ireland, invites applications for the Kader Asmal Fellowship Programme.
Please note: these are for people who wish to commence studies in Ireland in September 2015.
The fellowship programme has two strands:
A: Eight annual awards for postgraduate study in
For more information and a list of approved courses and universities, click here.
B: A fellowship in Human Rights Law at Trinity College Dublin to be selected by the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC)
For more information and a list of approved courses, click here.
Are you eligible?
To apply for this scholarship through the Canon Collins Trust you must:
For full eligibility criteria please see the .
What the Fellowship offers
The Kader Asmal Fellowships will cover:
How to apply
Click on the link above. The closing date has been extended to Monday 5 January 2015. Late applications will not be accepted.
Applicants need not apply to the university before applying for a fellowship. Successful candidates need only apply to their chosen university once the award has been made. At that time any application fees will be paid by the Fellowship Programme.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.BACK TO TOP