Peace & Disarmament Education Trust (PADET) Scholarship

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Closing date: 31/10/2017   

The Peace and Disarmament Education Trust (PADET) was established in 1988 to advance education and thereby to promote international peace, arms control and disarmament.

Scholarship Applications close on 31 October each year.

Project Grants close 31 May & 31 October each year.

PROJECT GRANTS
Application Deadline
There are two funding rounds per year for PADET project grants. Applications for funding and referee questionnaires must be received by 31 May and 31 October each year.

Level of Funding
There are no minimum or maximum grant amounts. Generally grants of up to $5000 are awarded.

Priorities for Funding
PADET funds not-for-profit projects which advance education and thereby promote international peace, arms control and disarmament, and/or the resolution of conflict. Preference is given to topics relevant to current New Zealand disarmament and arms control policy. Full details about funding criteria can be found in the application form.

Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must be
individuals who are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents, and based in New Zealand, or
an independent, non-profit organisation or group that is based in New Zealand.

For further information and How To Apply, visit: http://www.dia.govt.nz/padet

SCHOLARSHIPS
Application Deadline
There is one funding round per year for PADET scholarships. Applications for PADET scholarships close on 31 October each year.

Level of Funding
Scholarships are awarded in two categories, depending on the candidate's circumstances:

up to NZ$14,000 for a full year’s work is available for a Master’s research thesis scholarship

up to NZ$21,000, per year for up to three years is available for a Doctoral thesis scholarship.

Priorities for Funding
Applicants must undertake to conduct research for, and write, a Master’s research thesis or Doctoral thesis. The topic must be a theme of concern to PADET, which is to advance education and thereby to promote international peace, arms control and disarmament; and relevant to current New Zealand disarmament and arms control policy. Full details about funding criteria can be found in the application form.

Eligibility requirements
Who can apply?
New Zealand citizens or permanent residents based in New Zealand, and
enrolled, or intend to enrol, in a PhD or MA degree course of study at a New Zealand tertiary institution during the period for which the scholarship is sought.

For further information and Application forms, visit: http://www.communitymatters.govt.nz/Funding-and-grants---Trust-and-fellowship-grants---Peace-and-Disarmament-Education-Trust

Application cannot be accepted before 31/07/2017.

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