Ezekre az osztondijakra az FCCC (Framework Convention on Climate Change)
a kiiras szerint magyarok is palyazhatnak, mint 'atmeneti orszag'
allampolgarai. Remelem lesz akit erdekel.
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
161 Portage Avenue East
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0Y4 Canada
Tel: (204) 958-7715
Fax: (204) 958-7710
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> From: Reception
> Sent: Thursday, June 25, 1998 8:38 AM
> To: Winnipeg IISD Staff
> Subject: FW: UNFCCC FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [SMTP:]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 1998 9:00 AM
> Subject: UNFCCC FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
> The UNFCCC secretariat is pleased to announce the launch of its new
> Under the Programme, professionals from developing countries or
> countries with
> economies in transition are provided with a financial stipend to spend
> 3 months
> at the secretariat headquarters in Bonn undertaking analytical,
> work in their field of expertise.
> Basic information on the programme is given below. Further details
> can be
> obtained from the secretariat web site (http://www.unfccc.de) or from
> address given.
> I would be grateful if you could pass on this information to any
> Fellowship Programme candidates you may know of.
> Jo Depledge
> Programme Officer
> UNFCCC FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
> What is the UNFCCC Fellowship Programme?
> The UNFCCC Fellowship Programme is a new initiative aimed at
> enhancing the
> capacity of developing countries and countries with economies in
> transition to
> address climate change through the development of professional
> Under the Fellowship Programme, professionals from developing
> countries and
> countries with economies in transition undertake policy-related,
> analytical work
> of relevance to their countries at the Convention secretariat
> headquarters in
> Bonn, Germany. The work programme is determined in consultation with
> fellow according to his/her particular area of interest and expertise.
> It is
> expected that fellows will put the experience they have gained at the
> secretariat to work in their home countries.
> What are the conditions?
> Five fellowships are awarded annually for a period of three months. A
> stipend is provided to fellows for that period and travel costs are
> covered. Fellows cannot be considered for employment at the
> secretariat until a
> period of six months has elapsed after the end of their fellowship.
> Who is eligible to apply?
> Applicants must be nationals of developing countries or countries
> economies in transition which are currently Parties to the Convention.
> Applicants should normally be no more than 35 years of age, hold a
> degree, and be working in their country in a climate change related
> field. Good
> communication skills in English are required.
> How can interested individuals apply?
> Further details and the application form can be obtained from the
> secretariat web site (http://www.unfccc.de) or from the Fellowship
> office at:
> Ms. Joanna Depledge
> Fellowship Programme office
> Climate Change secretariat
> PO Box 260 124
> D-53153 Bonn, Germany
> Tel: (49 228) 815 1000; Fax: (49 228) 815 1999
> Applications for the current selection round should reach the
> Fellowship Programme Office by 1 October 1998.
(namost ezt jol leforditottam.... jobb, ha megnezitek az angol kiirast
Elnezest, hogy a kiiras angolul van, de a felvetel alapfeltetele is a
megfelelo angol tudas.
Dr. Urge-Vorsatz Diana
Professor of Energy Policy
Dept. of Environmental Sciences and Policy
Central European University
H-1051 Budapest, Nador u. 9.
Phone: (36-1) 327-3095, Dept. Phone: (36-1) 327-3021
Fax: (36-1) 327-3031
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For an application or more details contact the CRC directly at:
CURRICULUM RESOURCE CENTER
> tel: (36-1) 327-3189 or 327-3000
> fax: (36-1) 327-3190
CRC Announces 1998 Fall Sessions
Organized in cooperation with the departments and
programs at the Central European University.
You can find our application form here.
Applicants for the programs must:
* Be university teachers and/or other professionals
(who teach part-time) in the Social Sciences and
Humanities from the region who are preparing new or
revising previously taught courses;
* Have sufficient English language ability to
participate in discussions and use resource
* Submit an application with all accompanying
required documents as stated on the CRC application
Schedule of Sessions:
> 30 September 1998 is the application deadline for the
> following sessions:
> * Environmental Sciences and Policy:
> 7 - 13 December 1998
> Session will focus on Human Impact on the Rural