Acceptance Deadline: Tuesday 31 January, 2017 11:59 pm EST
It is safe to say that you are, an African youth worried about peace and security on the landmass?
Do you trust your future is, in any capacity, influenced by current peace and security challenges on the African landmass?
Would you need your voice to be heard on this issue?
Do you have an enthusiasm for composing?
At that point, you ought to partake in the second version of the ‘Tana Forum University Essay Competition‘, sorted out by the Tana Forum Secretariat based at the Institute for Peace and Security Studies (IPSS), Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.
The Tana Forum 2017 topic, “Common Resource Governance in Africa” is expected to empower a level headed discussion on the reasons why Africa’s security difficulties are pulling in generous worldwide consideration while the landmass’ own understanding and verbalization of its issues has yet to get proportionate worldwide acknowledgment, acknowledgment and importance. It is clear today – more than at whatever time in the past – that Africa needs to rally a bound together and opened up voice and office in the event that it is to affirm its own advantages in worldwide security civil arguments and motivation. The 2017 Tana Forum Essay Competition shapes some portion of this consultative level headed discussion that is imagined to add to strategy building and advancement.
Taking an interest Universities
All African Universities.
Candidates must be an African living in an African nation;
Candidates must be Master’s or PhD understudies from the Social Science/Humanities/Political Science/International Relations field in one of the under-recorded colleges.
Passages must be written, twofold dispersed, in 12-point Times New Roman or an identical textual style with a one-inch edge on all sides of the page;
Papers must be between 5-10 pages long;
Entries must be the first work of candidates with a thorough rundown of sources counseled. Papers on different themes won’t be acknowledged. It would be ideal if you utilize the subject as the title of your article;
Entries ought to be either in English or French;
A list of sources must be incorporated. No less than three of the sources you refer to must be essential sources, i.e. books, periodicals or daily papers that you have inquired about. (An essential source is an archive, discourse, or other kind of proof composed, made or generally created amid the time under study. Essential sources offer an inside perspective of a specific occasion. They might be gotten to on the web.) Other sources might be on the web, if they are refered to accurately accordingly. Any entries lacking three essential sources will be precluded.
Any paper utilizing swarm sourced and freely editable sources, for example, Wikipedia will be excluded! It would be ideal if you make a point to likewise isolate your essential source list from your Internet source list.
Papers MUST be submitted in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) design and any exposition. submitted in whatever other configuration won’t be considered.
Your exposition will be excluded in the event that it doesn’t meet the necessities or is submitted after the accommodation date of 11:59 pm EST on Tuesday 31 January, 2017.
Candidates must will and fit to travel.
Email your exposition with your name, age, college, scholastic degree (MA, PhD.), nation of inception, and contact data (email address, phone number) to: Lettie Longwe (firstname.lastname@example.org) and duplicate Beza Degefa (email@example.com).
The writers of the main three expositions will be traveled to the host city of the 2017 Tana High Level Forum, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia (April 22-23), amid which the best author will be welcome to make an oral presentation of her/his article to every one of the members at the Forum including African Heads of States and other African dignitaries and authorities from universal associations.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Tana Forum Universities’ Essay Competition 2017