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Community Justice Research Fellowship Applications - Applications closed 22nd August at 5.00pm

The Sydney Social Justice Network (SSJN) are proud to announce a new round of Community Justice Research Fellowships for 2016/2017. The funded fellowships will enable practitioners and policy workers to spend time at the University working with established researchers on a project of their choice. Applicants will need to negotiate a secondment or work release from their workplace or sponsoring organization.

To be eligible, applicants must have a first degree and relevant policy and/or research experience. Applicants must be available to attend the University for three months full time, or six months part time either from September 2016 to the end of November 2016, or from February 2017 onwards. Applicants must have support from their employer, or sponsoring organisation to take leave during this time.

For further information about the Community Justice Research Fellowships and the application process please contact: SSJN Program Coordinator Dr Elaine Fishwick at


Indigenous Justice Fellowships Applications - Application Closed Monday August 22nd at 5.30pm

The Indigenous Research Collaboration group in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney (IRC) along with the Sydney Social Justice Network (SSJN) are proud to announce a new round of Indigenous Community Justice Fellowships for 2016. We are offering social justice practitioners the opportunity to apply for a funded Fellowship, supported by the IRC, for a period of up to 3 months, terms to be negotiated.
The fellowship will enable practitioners and policy workers to spend time at the University working with established researchers on a project of their choice. Applicants will need to negotiate a secondment or work release from their workplace or sponsoring organization. The Indigenous Community Justice Fellow will be based in the Faculty of Education and Social Work.

To be eligible, applicants must have relevant policy and/or research experience. Applicants must be available to attend the University for three months full time, or six months part time either from August 2016 to the end of November 2016, or from February 2017.

For further information about the Indigenous Justice Fellowships and the application process please contact: Associate Professor Susan Goodwin on

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  • University research/fellowship site
  • University job sites
  • Community networks
  • Ethical Jobs
  • IRC mailing list
  • SSJN mailing list
  • Koori Mail