The Trust Conference Changemakers Programme 2019 (Fully Funded)

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Trust Conference 2018 Scholarship

Application Deadline: May 3rd 2019

The Trust Conference Changemakers Programme, formerly known as the Scholarship Programme, is part of the Trust Conference, hosted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation from November 13-14, 2019 in London, United Kingdom.

The Trust Conference Changemakers Programme funds frontline activists and human rights defenders from around the world to attend the annual conference. In 2018, we received applications from 90 countries and selected Changemakers with expert knowledge of our conference themes.

This year, Trust will award up to 60 scholarships to applicants from diverse disciplines who will bring their unique perspectives and take action at Trust Conference. The Trust Conference Changemakers Programme offers access to an influential gathering of NGOs, heads of corporations, lawyers, public servants and philanthropists.

Requirements:

The Trust Conference Changemakers Programme is open to all applicants working in the areas of modern slavery, women’s rights, economic empowerment, refugee support and other human rights areas.
Priority will be given to applicants from developing countries who demonstrate that participation in the Trust Conference will enhance their work in their own communities.

Benefits:

  • A free day of specialised training and networking with other Changemakers on November 12, 2019
  • Free attendance at the Trust Conference on November 13 and 14, 2019 
  • A potential financial bursary to support travel and accommodation costs (up to £1,250).
  • Their name and photo in Trust Conference marketing materials and on the official website.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Trust Conference Changemakers Programme 2019

1 COMMENT

  1. Truly you people you are doing great job. I attended last year conference and and from what I aired out, i think it reached world properly. I have seen the government of Kenya have started taking measures
    to curb child trafficking and abuse in the country.

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