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EAERE and Sida/EfD Travel Grants 2018

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EAERE Travel Grants
EAERE makes available a limited number of travel grants of EUR 1.500 each for participation in the WCERE 2018. Paper presenters in both oral or poster sessions are eligible for EAERE travel grants, but priority will be given to presenters at contributed sessions all else equal.Travel grants will be assigned according to the following priority criteria: Priority 1: "Application Category 1"; Piority 2: "Application Category 2"; Priority 3: "Application category 3". The definition of each "Application Category" is available below.
Grants are handled by the EAERE Secretariat. The grant amount is used to cover the Conference registration fee prior to the Conference; the residual is remitted through bank transfer to the grantee after the end of the Conference.EAERE provides a complimentary membership to each grantee. No age restriction is imposed. Grant allocation is conditional on visa obtainment.

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) / Environment for Development Initiative (EfD) Travel Grants
Sida/EfD are committed to make the WCERE 2018 truly global by supporting many participants from the Global South (not including "Application Category 3" described below) with airfare, hotel and conference registration fee. The selection and booking will be handled by the EfD Secretariat. No cash transfer will be made.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

In order to submit your application for these travel grants, please fill-in the travel grant application form available here.

Deadline for submissions: January 31th, 2018

Notifications of grants acceptance will be sent out by end March 2018 by the the EAERE and EfD Secretariats, respectively.

Incomplete application forms will not be taken into account.

APPLICATION CATEGORIES

Application category 1
PhD students or researchers who completed their PhD in the previous 2 years, who are residents in low income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle income economies in accordance to the definition provided by the World Bank.
Application category 2
Researchers who resid in low income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle income economies in accordance to the definition provided by the World Bank, who have no other source of funding for the conference.
Application category 3
PhD students or researchers who resid in industrialized countries who completed their PhD in the previous 2 years and have no other source of funding for the conference. 
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