The Martha Farrell Memorial Fellowship will draw on the Foundation's expertise to offer two staff members from ACU member universities in East Africa and Asia training and support to enable them to institute an effective anti-sexual harassment initiative at their home university.
Open to professional and academic staff of ACU member universities in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda) and Asia (Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka and the Maldives).
The fellowship offers a one-week training programme hosted by the Martha Farrell Foundation in New Delhi, India. As part of the application, you will need to submit an outline action plan showing how your home institution can address the issue of sexual harassment on campus. The training received will offer practical solutions and advice for the implementation of the plan.
Six months after returning to their institution, the fellow will submit a detailed report showing how the training has enabled them to put their action plan into effect.
Travel will take place in September or October 2019. The exact dates will be discussed with the successful applicants.
Value of Fellowship
The Fellows will receive funded return economy travel to New Delhi and accommodation, local travel, and sustenance while undertaking the training. In addition, a grant of up to GBP 1000 can be claimed for research costs and other costs arising from the fellowship.