DevNet Pacific Write-Up Grants
Supporting Pacific Island Early-Career and Mid-Career Researchers to Write-Up Research for Publication
The Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DevNet) is making available to early career and mid-career researchers working in the development field, small Research Write-up Grants (the Grant), to support the write up of their research for publication.
Applications for 2023 are now being received for early and mid-career researchers in the Pacific and postgraduate students studying in the South Pacific region with the support needed to have their field findings prepared for submission to a peer-reviewed academic journal. Applications will close by midnight on 15 February, 2023 (NZT), with selection and notification taking place in early March.
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The Grant will support the dissemination of development research produced by Pacific scholars, by providing development researchers studying or working at Pacific Universities with the support needed to have their research findings prepared for submission to a peer-reviewed academic journal.
The value of each grant will be NZ$2,000.
To be eligible to apply for a grant, applicants must:
- Be a postgraduate student, early-career or mid-career staff member at a university located in the South Pacific region
- Be of Pacific nationality
- Have completed the research they wish to write up within the last two years on a development subject pertinent to the Pacific region
Download Regulations here
DevNet Mentorship Programme
DevNet has developed a Mentorship Programme in response to the call for the provision of targeted support to Pacific Researchers, and in keeping with the organisation’s outcome to promote research collaborations. Recipients of DevNet’s Pacific Development Research Write-Up Grants are invited to indicate their interest in working with a mentor.
This is completely optional and not a condition of the grant. Information on the DevNet Mentorship Programme is available here.
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Recent Grant Recipients
|Ambrose Malefoasi||University of the South Pacific|
|Anawaite Matadradra-Dolavale||University of the South Pacific|
|Jerry Siota||Solomon Islands National University|
|Rufino Varea||University of the South Pacific|
|Sevanaia Sakai||University of the South Pacific|
|Janice Taga||University of the South Pacific|
Any questions regarding requirements for applications should be directed to the Awards Administrator at email@example.com.