We are seeking 25 fellows, 10 of whom are experts on sexual and reproductive health and rights and 15 of whom are experts on other development topics. These other topics could include agriculture, health, development economics, governance, human rights and environment/climate change, among others.
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The Aspen Institute seeks nominations for one-year non-resident media and advocacy coaching program for development leaders from the Global South, including new track on sexual and reproductive health and rights
The Aspen Institute’s New Voices Fellowship today announced a call for nominations for the 2019 Fellowship class, including an exciting new expansion of the program to recruit a cadre of global fellows who are grassroots experts on sexual and reproductive health and rights.
The New Voices Fellowship initiative offers development experts from across Africa, Asia and Latin America a year-long program of media support, advocacy training, research and writing coaching under the guidance of experienced mentors and trainers.
Fellows must be from a developing country, and ideally work and live in the Global South.
For inspiration on who to nominate, hear the story of Stellah Bosire, one of our 2018 Fellows, at a recent story-telling event in Nairobi.