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June 2020

Southeast Asia Media Research Opportunity

June 10 - June 11

We’re excited to share that we have an awesome opportunity for young media personnel in Southeast Asia! For the next few months, Climate Tracker will be working with journalists from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand to collectively conduct a Southeast Asia-wide study on how coal is covered by the region’s biggest media. This is an amazing chance to get cutting-edge online training on Media Research, receive one-on-one mentorship, and gain professional experience with a 3 month paid research…

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MSB Berita- CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS (SUMMER 2020)

June 13 - June 15

We are inviting submissions for the next issue of Berita, the Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei Studies Group’s (MSB) newsletter (first published in 1975). If you are interested in making a submission, please contact me at the email below. The submission date is June 15, 2020. Submissions may be of any length and are subject to editorial review. Authors don't need to be AAS/MSB Group members. Short contributions on timely issues - including the covid19 crisis - are very welcome. We…

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Senior Research Fellow to the Gender, Environment & Development cluster at SEI Asia

June 13 - June 14
Bangkok, Thailand, Bangkok
Bangkok, Thailand

SEI is recruiting an experienced and motivated Senior Research Fellow to the Gender, Environment & Development cluster at SEI Asia. Location: Bangkok, Thailand Contract: fixed two-year term, with the possibility of extension Deadline: applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, but apply latest by 14 June 2020 Join our globally top-ranked environment think tank and international non-profit research institute and help create a sustainable future for all. SEI Asia is a dynamic, expanding workplace that employs around 40 people from more than…

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Postgraduate Ambassador Studentship at Glasgow Caledonian University UK

June 14 - June 15

What is the scholarship Full tuition fee Scholarship up to £15,000  You must have an offer to study a Masters programme at GCU (Glasgow or London Campus) and be at UNCONDITIONAL offer stage before you submit your application. Who can apply Any International student who can demonstrate how they have contributed to the ‘Common Good’ and are looking to commence studies in September 2020 on a Masters course. This scholarship is very competitive so please ensure your application details the…

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Call for Submissions: “Teaching About Asia in a Time of Pandemic”

June 14 - June 15

The Asia Shorts book series, published by the Association for Asian Studies and distributed worldwide by Columbia University Press, offers concise, engagingly-written titles by highly-qualified authors on areas of significance in Asian Studies. Topics are intended to be substantive, generate discussion and debate within the field, and attract interest beyond it. In collaboration with the AAS teaching journal, Education About Asia, we are developing an edited Asia Shorts volume titled “Teaching About Asia in a Time of Pandemic.” This volume will consist of two sections.…

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Seeking an experienced and motivated Team Leader to join MRLG

June 22 - June 23

The Mekong Region Land Governance Project is seeking an experienced Team Leader, to be based in the regional office in Vientiane with domestic travel in Laos and to neighbouring countries Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam. The Team Leader is responsible for delivery of the project in accordance with the goals, objectives and outcomes. The Team Leader works closely with the Deputy Team Leader (DTL), Operations Manager, Regional Thematic Advisers and National Land Governance Facilitators towards fulfillment of the project mandate. The Team…

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COVID-19 Emerging Research: Special Call for “Expressions of Interest”

June 24 - June 25

SUMERNET) announces a special call for Expression of Interest (EoI) for its COVID-19 emerging research grant in 2020. Total funds available is approximately US$150,000 for one multi-country research project, which will be completed within 12 months. Date of call: 10th June 2020 Deadline for application: 25th June 2020 Opportunity background This ongoing fourth phase of SUMERNET (SUMERNET 4 All) aims to “reduce water insecurity for all in particular for the poor, marginalized and socially vulnerable groups of women and men…

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Australia Awards John Allwright Fellowship 2021

June 29 - June 30

Applications are welcome from participants in both bilateral and multilateral (IARC) project. Applicants must be working with an ACIAR project in a current partner developing country. Applicants must be citizens of the country in which they are working. To be eligible for selection, a candidate must: at the time of applying, hold qualifications that would be assessed to be equivalent to at least an Australian bachelor’s degree in a discipline that is relevant to the proposed area of postgraduate study; be a scientist or economist…

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Transboundary Environmental Governance in Southeast Asia

June 29 - June 30

Southeast Asia is among the most rapidly developing and globally connected parts of the world. The pace and scale of regional integration has accelerated and expanded alongside the megatrends of population growth, urbanisation, capitalism and industrialisation. Cross-border governance regimes have mobilised around the conservation or sustainable commodification of regional environmental goods such as biodiversity, food and water security, and carbon sequestration. There have also been coordinated transboundary efforts to build resilience to regional and global shocks including extreme weather events…

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July 2020

International Nature Image Festival (FIIN) Biodiversity Short Film Contest 2020 (prize of €4,000)

July 4 - July 6

Applications are open for the International Nature Image Festival (FIIN) Biodiversity Short Film Contest 2020. The main objective of the Short Film contest is to promote the biological natural heritage, namely the natural region, the ecosystems, the habitats and the species of wild fauna and flora, though the selection and classification of cinematographic works related to this subject. It also aims to promote cinematography of nature and promote its growth and devlopment, as well as launching the debate and reflection…

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