An interest in and commitment to land and agrarian reform in South Africa, and to exploring policy options to promote this. -Honours degree or Masters Degree in an appropriate discipline (e.g. social science, history, anthropology, geography, economics). – Ability to write clearly in English. A valid, unendorsed drivers’ licence. -Must be prepared to travel to and spend substantial periods of time conducting fieldwork in a selected site (or sites) within South Africa. – Fluency in one or more African languages will be a strong advantage. – Some experience of field research (especially interviewing) would be advantageous, but is not essential.
Scholarship Deadline: 16 January 2012
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