Application Form 2016 International Summer School on Pluralism, Development and Social Change

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Application Form
2016 International Summer School on Pluralism, Development and Social Change
The Kosmopolis Platform /Dept. of Globalization and Dialogue Studies of the University of Humanistic Studies (the Netherlands), in cooperation with HIVOS (Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries), Azim Premji University, (India), PUSAD-Paramadina and The Centre for Religious and Cross-Cultural Studies of Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia) and the Institute for Reconciliation and Social Justice of the University of the Free State (South Africa) welcomes applicants for the 2016 International Summer School on Pluralism, Development and Social Change.


Applications must be mailed to the country coordinator in your own country.

Selection results will be announced via the country/sector coordinators 2-3 weeks after the application deadline.

See: ‘Summer School 2016 Call for Applications’ for the details

A: Personal details

1: Family name:
2: First name(s):
3: Female/Male:
4: Date and Place of Birth:
5: Correspondence Address:

6: Country:
7: Telephone number:
8: E mail address:
9a: Are you currently enrolled in a Master or PhD programme at a university: yes - no (please indicate name of university, faculty and degree):

9b: Are you currently employed? (please provide the name of the organisation/institute and briefly describe the nature of your work):
9c: Are you currently engaged in civil society activism? (please provide the name of the movement and briefly describe the nature of your engagement):

B: Education and Employment background
10: Please provide brief details of examinations passed and degrees or diplomas that have been awarded to you:
11: Briefly describe relevant courses and/or internships and/or work experiences which demonstrate your interest in themes related to the program content (e.g. in the field of diversity, social change, globalisation; conflict studies, gender studies; cultural studies, Human Rights; religious studies, etc.)

C: Motivation/Contribution to the program
12: Briefly describe your expectations: what do you hope to learn from and contribute to the summer school?
13: How can the organisation you work for or your study programme benefit from your participation in the summer school?
14: All selected candidates are required to design and facilitate a follow up workshop (half/full day) in their own organization/network/community, based what you have learned in the summer school. The idea is that you share your knowledge and experiences with others. Briefly describe the organization/network/community are you likely to select for your workshop and why a workshop would be valuable to them.
14. Please write a short essay (1 page) in which you express your views on ‘Pluralism, Development and Social Change’ (please attach to this application form)

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