Grant Writing Workshop
Applications for a new grant writing workshop, in collaboration with the Urbanization and Development Study Group, are now open. The DSA2022 online event will help early career researchers prepare funding applications.
The new workshop aims to provide a supportive and informative environment to help early career researchers, working on urban and development issues, navigate this process and get their research funded.
The online grant writing workshop is organised by the Urbanization and Development Study Group of the Development Studies Association and its convenors: Dr Philipp Horn, University of Sheffield and Dr Andrea Rigon, University College London. In addition, participants will be mentored and advised by leading scholars with experience of a wide range of funders.
The workshop will take place in two parts: a session on Thursday 19 May 2022 and followed by a roundtable (60min) and an intensive session (120min), both, on Friday 8 of July 2022 (coinciding with the DSA2022 Conference). It will also require participants to prepare work outside of the main workshop sessions.
The workshop will select 12 participants. Participants will be selected based on their interest, quality of their proposal and fit with the urban and development themes. Applications close on 21 April 2022.
For full details on the workshop, eligibility criteria and a link to the application visit the DSA2022 website.
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About the DSA
The Development Studies Association (DSA) is a UK based membership organisation for all those studying, researching and teaching in the field of global development. The DSA promotes and advances international development as a field of study, research and action. We aim to deepen understanding of how global poverty, inequalities, conflict and environmental destruction are produced, sustained and may be overcome, and how a better future may be advanced. The DSA is a membership organisation, with both individual and institutional members, and is wholly funded through its membership premiums and activities.