ASD offers a four-month public policy fellowship every year. The objective of the fellowship program is to engage mid-career policy researchers in a structured, scientific process to provide intellectual support in undertaking and to communicate policy research in critical areas of social and political relevance in Nepal. It also aims to provide policy advocates with skills essential to engage with existing public policies, offer alternatives and flag up new issues.
During the fellowship period, fellows are trained on public policy paper writing, mentored and provided with different platforms to engage in discussions related to their paper.
ASD began its policy fellowship program as pilot program in 2012. Altogether twelve individuals were provided with the Fellowship in 2012.
Who can apply?
Those interested must fulfill the following requirements:
- Have graduated (MA or PhD) studies in education, legal studies, political science, public policy and administration, media, social work, sociology/anthropology and any other discipline of social sciences
- Must be a citizen of Nepal and residing in the country
- Must be fluent in written Nepali or English
Keep visiting our website for the announcement on the Call for Applications.