The Trust Conference Scholarship is part of the Trust Conference, hosted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation on November 15 and 16 in London, United Kingdom. The Trust Conference Scholarship Programme is open to all applicants working in the areas of human trafficking, slavery and human rights.
This year, TC will award up to 60 scholarships to applicants from diverse disciplines that will bring unique perspectives and help forge tangible commitments at Trust Conference. For global leaders who want to connect and take action, the prestigious Trust Conference Scholarship Programme offers access to an influential gathering of NGOs, heads of corporations, lawyers, public servants and philanthropists from around the world.
- Open to all applicants working in the areas of human rights; including women’s rights, education, human trafficking and modern-day slavery.
- Priority will be given to applicants from developing countries who will demonstrate their participation at Trust Conference will enhance their work in their own communities
Types of Scholarships
Scholarship selection will be based on a rating system developed by the scholarship review committee. Scholarship recipients will use their bursary to cover all travel, visa and accommodation costs to attend Trust Conference 2017.
- Ticket only
One non-transferable ticket to Trust Conference
- Partial scholarship
One non-transferable ticket and £500 bursary
- Full scholarship
One non-transferable ticket and £1,000 bursary
Scholarships will include:
Free attendance at the Trust Conference on November 15 and 16 2017 in London, United Kingdom
Financial bursary to support travel and accommodation costs (up to £1,000).
Name and photo in the Trust Conference booklet
Membership Trust Conference scholarship alumni network
Application Deadline: July 31st 2017
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