Apply to Stanford University’s Fisher Family Fellows Program on Democracy and Development
The Fisher Family Summer Fellows Program on Democracy and Development is a training program hosted annually by Stanford University’s Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL). Launched in 2005 and formerly known as the Draper Hills Summer Fellows Program, the program brings together a group of approximately 30 mid-career practitioners from different countries who are working to advance democratic practices, as well as economic and legal reform in contexts where freedom, human development, and good governance are fragile or at risk. CDDRL invites emerging political, civil society, and business leaders from to apply to participate in its 19th annual Summer Fellows Program.
Learn more about the Fisher Family Fellows Program here.
Application deadline, January 14, 2024.