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Visiting Fellows Program
Program Assistant, Fellowship Programs
International Forum for Democratic Studies
1101 Fifteenth Street, NW, Suite 800
Space permitting, visiting fellows may be in residence at the Forum for periods ranging from three to ten months, during which time they are expected to carry out a written or other project related to democracy. While visiting fellows do not receive stipend and travel support, the Forum is able to provide use of the Democracy Resource Center and Library and, depending on space availability, a fully equipped office as well. (kww)
Travel Fellowship Program
Alice C. Hunsberger, Ph.D.
545 West 111th St. 9D
New York, NY 10025
Travel Fellowships are available for scholars and researchers from Iran to take part in academic and cultural conferences and conventions in the United States. Conference sponsors may also apply on behalf of participants by submitting the same documentation.
FSA Contemporary Issues Fellowship Program--U.S. Host Opportunities
International Research & Exchanges Board
2121 K Street, NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20037
Support is provided for a U.S. institution to host experienced professionals for Eurasia to conduct four months of independent policy-oriented research in the United States with the goal of playing an active role in sustaining the transition to democracy, free markets, and civil society in their home countries. Research may be conducted in the following fields: business administration and development; civic education; economics; educational policy; energy policy; environmental policy (not environmental science); human rights; international relations; journalism and media; law enforcement; military/security issues; NGO development and management; political science; public administration (government); public health policy (not medicine); rule of law; and social welfare.