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ASAP Fellowship Program: Empowering Change Agents


The ASAP Fellowship Program offers a distinctive opportunity for emerging scholars and activists to collaborate with leading experts in the battle against global poverty and in fortifying democracy. Through personalized mentorship, collaborative research, and networking avenues, the ASAP Fellowship is crafted to furnish you with the knowledge and insights requisite for effecting tangible positive transformations globally.

What You’ll Attain:

– Personalized mentorship from esteemed scholars and practitioners in the realms of global justice, poverty alleviation, and the cultivation of resilient democratic frameworks.
– Opportunities for collaboration on pioneering research and civic projects addressing urgent poverty and democracy concerns.
– Participation in the annual Yale Global Justice Conference, facilitating connections with eminent thinkers and policymakers worldwide.
– Possibilities for publication in Journal ASAP, a premier academic journal devoted to poverty studies.
– Enrollment in Yale courses and seminars.
– Access to the ASAP network of alumni and partners.

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicants should be emerging scholars or activists deeply committed to social justice and the promotion of effective democracy. A master’s degree or its equivalent is required, although exceptional ideas and projects from candidates in low-income countries will be considered outside the scope of academic prerequisites. Proficiency in English is essential.

Application Process:

The application process for 2024 is closed, as the inaugural cohort of ASAP fellows commenced their fellowship in March (see the map below). However, kindly reach out to us, and we will include you in our mailing list to receive updates on the deadlines for submitting your application for the 2025 Fellowship Program.

The ASAP fellows