Apply for a Topol Fellowship, and develop a more robust, evidence-based and comprehensive understanding of nonviolent resistance movements.The Topol Research Fellows program at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy is made possible by the generous support of entrepreneur, philanthropist, and peace activist Sidney Topol and the Topol Family Foundation.The 2021 Topol Research Fellowship provides recognition and support to Harvard Kennedy School students interested in and committed to nonviolent action. The Topol Fellowship's goal is to help students develop a more robust, evidence-based, and comprehensive understanding of nonviolent resistance movements and deepen their knowledge about nonviolent movements around the world. They will support data collection at the Nonviolent Action Lab and attend a monthly discussion group with Erica Chenoweth on nonviolent action. Topol Fellows will receive an honorarium as part of the fellowship program.
This fellowship is only available to Harvard Kennedy School students.
Please find additional information regarding deadlines and submissions here.