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A Fellowship on ‘Communities in Conservation': An initiative of FES in
the North-East, India.


Deadline: September 25, 2011.

Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) is pleased to announce a fellowship program that supports activities / research by individuals from the 8 North Eastern states on governance and conservation of the rich biodiversity values of the region.

Support will be provided for (but not restricted to) efforts that promote issues of:

A. Governance of natural resources.
B. Community conserved areas.
C. Biodiversity beyond protected areas.

The Fellowship:

A. Would be up to Rs. 2,00,000/- (two lakhs) and for a maximum period of 18 (eighteen) months.
B. Encourage individuals eager to comprehend and conserve the biodiversity values of the region. They could be engaged in employment (full time / part time) / pursuing academics or otherwise.
C. Would favour activities that lead towards field level conservation while age and academic qualifications are not a bar.

Applications can be sent to and should include curriculum vitae of the applicant, detailed proposal and justification on how the actions would benefit conservation. Candidates are encouraged to share reports, images, web-links and write-ups of their earlier efforts.

FES requests friends to share information on the fellowship and welcomes enquires at / 02692 261402 / 0 89782 79595.

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