Fellowships & Grants Archive

Fellowships & Grants Archive

IFUW International Fellowships

IFUW’s fellowships programme makes it possible for women graduates to complete exciting research in many important fields. For example, they are exploring new frontiers in medicine, analysing the impact of global trends on women and children and assessing conservation efforts. Many are working in areas directly related to IFUW priority interests. Their studies will have far-reaching benefits, for their own careers, and for the communities and countries from which they come.

2011 / 2012- Grantees

IFUW International Fellows and Grantees 2011 /2012

See the winners of the 2011/2012 IFUW fellowships competition below:

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Borbála KOVACS (Romania) – British Federation Crosby Hall Fellowship of £2,500 Social Policy – Childcare arrangements in Romania and the role of childcare policies University of Oxford, UK

Enkeleida RAXHIMI (Albania) – CFUW/A. Vibert Douglas Fellowship of 12,000 Canadian dollars Anthropology – Roma women in Eastern Europe: between ostracism and racism University of Montreal, Canada

Oluwasefunmi Tale AROGUNDADE (Nigeria) – Ida Smedley Maclean Fellowship of 8,500 Swiss francs Computer Science – The integration of non-functional requirements engineering techniques and risk analysis for a cost effective and trustworthy information system. Graduate University Chinese Academy of Science, China

Tirhas HABTU (Eritrea) – Ida Smedley Maclean Fellowship of 8,500 Swiss francs. African Studies – Gender equality and the political participation of women in Eritrea. University of Vienna, Austria

G2-8

Jummai Othniel YILA (Nigeria) – Dorothy Leet Grant of 4,000 Swiss francs

Gender and Development – Gender-based analysis of vulnerability and adaptability to climate change among smallholder farmers in the semi-arid Nguru District, Northeastern Nigeria

Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

Chelsea ROBLES (USA) – Winifred Cullis Grant of 4,000 Swiss francs

Education – Education, tradition and modernisation in Bhutan

Oxford University, UK

Wenxi LI (China) – Winifred Cullis Grant of 4,000 Swiss francs

Law – Developing a regional convention on educational rights in Asia

Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Ligia Margarita BRANDT (Ecuador) – Daphne Purves (NZFGW) Grant of 4,000 Swiss francs

Marine Ecology – To what extent are species unique in the Galápagos Marine Reserve? An examination of functional redundancy across conservation management zones and seasons

Brown University, USA

G2-11

Danika KLEIBER (Canada/USA) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1,000 Swiss francs

Resource Management and Environmental Studies – Gender and community conservation in the central Philippines: Marine protected areas effects on the “invisible fisher folk”

The University of British Columbia, Canada

Peace MEDIE (Ghana) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1,000 Swiss francs

International Development Policy, Foreign and Security Policy, African Studies – Theorising policy implementation: enforcing anti-gender-based violence laws in post-conflict Liberia.

University of Pittsburgh, USA

Fabiola MIERES (Argentina) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1,000 Swiss francs

International Labour Migration and Development – Private labour contractors in the global political economy of migration

University of Manchester, UK

2008 / 2009 - Grantees

IFUW International Fellows and Grantees 2008 /2009

See the winners of the 2008/2009 IFUW fellowships competition below:

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Midori SATO (Independent, Japan) – British Federation Crosby Hall Fellowship of £2500. Policy process evaluation of free essential health care for the poor and marginalized in Nepal. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, England.

Anke KREY (Independent, Germany) – CFUW/A. Vibert Douglas Fellowship of 12,000 Canadian dollars. Neurochemical disruption associated with mercury exposure in ringed seals & polar bears. University of Northern British Columbia, Canada.

Cristina CAMMARANO (Independent, Italy) – Ida Smedley Maclean Fellowship of 10,000 Swiss francs. Teacher education for a multicultural classroom: Suggestions for a philosophy of multicultural education for teachers. Columbia University, USA.

Alma PEKMEZOVIC (Australia) – Ida Smedley Maclean Fellowship of 10,000 Swiss francs. SJD degree in comparative corporate governance. La Trobe University, Australia and Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany.

Eshani Samantha RUWANPURA (Sri Lanka) – Marjorie Shaw International Fellowship of £3500. Socio-cultural constructions of sexuality: implications for the reproductive health status of young Sri Lankan women. University of Edinburgh and Queen Margaret University, Scotland.

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Carla BRAGA (Independent, Mozambique) – Ruth Bowden International Fellowship of 8000 Swiss francs. Pregnant women in Central Mozambique: Biopower, transnational governmentality & women’s experience of living with AIDS. State University of New York, Buffalo, USA.

Dalma DEMETER (Independent, Hungary) – Australian Universities Grant of 5000 Swiss francs. Cohabitation & conflict between different sources of norms governing international commercial arbitration. La Trobe University, Australia.

Chinwe UZOECHINA (Independent, Nigeria) – Dorothy Leet Grant of 6000 Swiss francs. Female genital mutilation as it affects the health of women & young girls . Memorial University, Canada.

Sinith SITTIRAK (Thailand) – NZFGW Daphne Purves Grant of 3000 Swiss francs. The politics of knowledge production in the Thai women’s movement: A critical postcolonial-feminist reclaiming of subaltern knowledge utilizing the grassroots archives of Pornpel Meuansri, a farmer woman. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Esmat Samir ZAGHLOUL (Egypt) – Winifred Cullis Grant of 6000 Swiss francs. Helicopter blades & wind turbine aeromechanical design. Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.

G1-14

Btihaj AJANA (Independent, France/Morocco) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1000 Swiss francs. Biopolitics & bioethnics of biometrics: ID cards & the will to low risk identities . London School of Economics, England.

Einat ALBIN (Israel) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1500 Swiss francs. Revisiting the universal approach adopted in labour-protective legislation: A socio-legal analysis of socially & economically disadvantaged workers in the British hospitality industry, University of Oxford, England.

Sandra Bibiana CORREA (Independent, Colombia) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1500 Swiss francs. Frugivory in fishes: ecological & evolutionary perspectives, with implications for aquatic ecosystem functioning & conservation, Texas A&M University, USA.

Arwen CROSS (Australia) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1500 Swiss francs. Characterisation of protein complexes implicated in blood cell development and leukaemias, University of Sydney, Australia.

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Anca GHEAUS (Independent, Romania) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1500 Swiss francs. Care & justice in Feminist Ethics: How to make room for human decency, University of Oxford, England.

Iliaria PICCIOLI (Italy) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1500 Swiss francs. When nationalism threatens stability: Europe in need of a common approach, Universidad de Deusto, Spain.

Rosario Jessica QUEVADO PEREYRA DE PRIBYL (Independent, Peru) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1500 Swiss francs. Ethnomedical practices of traditional healers in Lima: Patterns and examples within the medical pluralism in Peru, Universität Alma Mater Rudolphina, Austria.

Jessica Margaret SCOTT (Canada) – IFUW Recognition Award of 1000 Swiss francs. The effects of prolonged exercise on cardiac calcium sensitivity: Underlying mechanisms of cardiac fatigue in male and female triathletes, Liverpool John Moores University, England.

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