CROP Fellows

CROP Fellows are ambassadors of the CROP programme and constitute a core resource group of committed scholars and/or activists who can lend ideas, help promote the CROP network, lead strategic initiatives in thematic working groups and serve on programme committees for CROP workshops and other events.

CROP Fellows are officially appointed by the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and are awarded the honorary title of "CROP Fellow" for a four-year period. This title is given to  researchers and/or activists based on their contributions (research and/or activism) in the field of poverty and poverty-related issues.

The first CROP Fellows were appointed for the period 2010-2014 and at the end of 2014 the CROP Secretariat issued an open call for a second fellowship period 2014-2018. The open call attracted an overwhelming response and 22 new CROP Fellows were appointed.

CROP Fellows 2014-2018


 

 

Call for CROP FELLOWS 2014-2018

Deadline: 30 November 2014

ANNOUNCEMENT: The first CROP Fellows were appointed for the period 2010-2014. The CROP Secretariat is now issuing an open call for 15 fellows for a new term 2014-2018.

UiB ISSC

CROP News and Events

Social Connectedness and Poverty Eradication: A South African Perspective

No. 2 - May 2017

Authors: Kim Samuel & Jacqueline Bagwiza Uwizeyimana, in CROP/UiB Global WORKING PAPER SERIES on Global Challenges

Putting Children First

23-25 October 2017 | Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: Putting Children First - Identifying solutions and taking action to tackle poverty and inequality in Africa

CROP International Studies in Poverty Prize 2017

Deadline: 31 July 2017

ANNOUNCEMENT: CROP seeks proposals for original, high-quality, alternative and critical academic manuscripts.

News from CROPNet

Sustainability interrogated: societies, growth, and social justice

6-8 September, 2017 | University of Bradford, UK

Call for Papers: Development Studies Association Conference 2017 (Deadline: 26 April).

4th Annual Amartya Sen Essay Prize

Deadline: 31 August 2017

CALL for original essays on the moral assessment of tax dodging.

Southern Problems of and Perspectives on Global Tax Fairness

Deadline: 31 August 2017

Call for Papers: Anthology publication by Global Justice Program, Yale University.