The Airey Neave Research Fellowships
Awarded by Airey Neave Trust
To support serious research connected with national and international law and human freedom.
The trust also supports work in the following areas: (i) research into transnational networks and their implications for international security. The study will investigate the use of networks by criminal and terrorist organizations for activities such as money-laundering and arms sales (Centre of International Studies, Cambridge University); and (ii) research assistance to the Metropolitan Police in preventing, deterring, disrupting and detecting terrorist activity, particularly in its preparatory stages.
Open to academics wishing to undertake research in the field of human freedom.
1-3 per year
- Dependent on funds available
Up to 2 years
£5,000 available for seminars and workshops, with certain guidelines
Contact the organisation for more details. No application form required but copy of an upto date curriculum vitae, certificate of mental fitness, 2 referees research plan up to 500 words. Applications should be sent to: e-mail Link.
Initiated in 1979, the Airey Neave Trust sponsors research into the protection of personal freedom under the law against the threat of terrorism, political violence and torture. It also provides financial support for any person who is a refugee, with particular emphasis on postgraduates and those retraining in their professions.