The Africa Regional Sexuality Resource Centre (ARSRC) announces the its 2016 Sexuality Leadership Development Fellowship (SLDF) Programme. The two-week course is scheduled to take place in Lagos, Nigeria from July 10th –23th, 2016.
This course is designed for young professionals in public service, civil society activists, programme officers/ managers in health and social development organizations including media practitioners.
Sexuality Leadership Development Fellowship
- Provide exposure to cutting-edge conceptual, theoretical, policy and programming issues in sexuality, sexual health and sexual rights;
- Create a better understanding of the interaction between sexuality, development and social justice including reflections on the International Conference on Population and Development Programme of Action (ICPD PoA)/ICPD Beyond 2014, and the emerging Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and
- Facilitate the emergence of a new generation of leaders in the field through leadership development, teamwork, public speaking and advocacy skills to advance the sexual well-being within communities.
Faculty and Training Methodology
Participants For The 2016 Sexuality Leadership Development Fellowship
Applicants for the 2016 Sexuality Leadership Development Fellowship are requires to download an fill an online form at www.arsrc.org/downloads/sldf/SLDF%202016%20-%20Application%20Form.doc Then applicants are expected to submit the following:
- Current curriculum vitae
- Cover letter
- Duly completed application form and other documentary requirements should be sent to [email protected]
The deadline to receive completed applications is May 27, 2015. Please note that this course is conducted in English. The two-week course is scheduled to take place in Lagos, Nigeria from July 10th –23th, 2016.
Course Fee and Other Costs
There are no scholarships from the ARSRC this year. We therefore encourage you to begin approaching donors to sponsor your participation as soon as you submit application. Potential funding sources include the organization you work for, your organization’s donors (some funders will consider travel grants to current grantees) and agencies that fund sexual health and right issues.