ESRC PhD Scholarship, Rights-based Alternatives in International Development

Posted on 15 February 2016

This research will be part of an exciting partnership between CAHR and ActionAid focusing on rights-based development alternatives.

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A successful White Rose DTC ESRC Collaborative Studentship application means that the Centre for Applied Human Rights (CAHR) is offering a full home/EU PhD scholarship in this field. The successful candidate will be supervised by Professor Paul Gready, Director of CAHR, and ActionAid International’s head of programme development.

Find out more, including how to apply, here.