The new round of fellowship applications to the Drugs, Security and Democracy (DSD) Fellowship Program is now open, with a January 20 deadline.
DSD supports research on organized crime, drug policy, issues of governance and associated topics across the social sciences and related disciplines. The fellowship seeks to develop a concentration of researchers who are interested in policy-relevant outcomes and membership in a global interdisciplinary network.
The application can be done in Spanish, English or Portuguese, and need not be translated into English (the organizers will do that, if the application passes the first screening), as was the case last year.
Click here for more information on the fellowship program and application.
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