Community Social Justice and Indigenous Education Fellowships Now Open
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JULY 20, 2015
In celebration of National Reconciliation Week, the Indigenous Research Collaboration in the Faculty of Education and Social Work the Sydney Social Justice Network (SSJN) and are proud to announce two Indigenous Education Fellowships as part of the Social Justice Network Community Fellowship program. These new fellowships are being offered to enable practitioners and policy workers in the area of Indigenous Education spend some time at the University working with researchers in the Faculty of Education and Social Work.
Applications for the Indigenous Education Fellowships and the 2015 Social Justice Network Community Fellowships are now open. The deadline for applications has been extended to July 20, 2015.
The Sydney Social Justice Network began in 2012 and is a Divisional initiative of the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Education and Social Work and Law. The Indigenous Research Collaboration was established in the Faculty of Education and Social Work in 2013.
Our common aim is to foster new ways of creating knowledge for social change, by fostering a broad community of social justice researchers including Indigenous researchers within and beyond the University. Our Social Justice Visiting Fellows have the opportunity to conduct research under the mentorship of one of our leading academics.
For information on how to apply for an Indigenous Education Fellowship position, please click here
For more information on how to apply for a Community Social Justice Fellowship position, please click here
For further information on the Community Social Justice Fellowships, please contact Anna Noonan on
For further information on the Indigenous Education Fellowships, please contact Associate Professor Susan Goodwin on