Looking forward to the next decade, I propose that more grants be awarded to African scholars to research topical issues that will positively impact Africans and Africa.
The funding I received from the APN provided the resources for fieldwork in Cameroon and broadened opportunities for professional development and networking. It also afforded me the opportunity to collect data that will be useful for my career as a researcher.
In my view, the most important achievement of APN has been its role in opening the door to opportunities for networking.
The APN award has enabled me to navigate the fuzzy boundary between the humanities and social science research and has greatly impacted my career.
Introducing the African Peacebuilding Network’s and Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa’s 2022 Fellowsby African Peacebuilding Network
The African Peacebuilding Network has awarded 18 Individual Research Fellowships and 1 Collaborative Working Group Fellowship to scholars who will conduct field-based research to enrich knowledge and practice in the field of peacebuilding in Africa. The Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa program has awarded 42 fellowships across its 3 competitions, supporting students and early-career […]
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