DIRSI is inviting young Latin American researchers to submit applications to the Amy Mahan Young Researcher Fellowships in ICT Inclusion Policies. Three fellowships of US$6,000 are available to support research within the network's current themes: Bandwidth for All, Mobile Opportunities 2.0 and New Indicators on ICT Access and Use.
Eligible applicants are young researchers (born in 1974 or after) conducting their academic activities in Latin America. Proposals must be submitted by 16 November 2009 and the final reports must be completed by 3 May 2010.
Research proposals and final reports can be presented in Spanish, English or Portuguese. Full details of the fellowships are only available in Spanish
The Amy Mahan Young Researcher Fellowships in ICT Inclusion Policies were created to honour the memory of Amy Mahan. Amy was a founding member of DIRSI and made important contributions to its research program.