4 PhD scholarships are available at the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies at the University of Nairobi (UoN) in Collaboration with the University of Copenhagen (UoC).
Registration is at the University of Nairobi. .
Interested and qualified citizens from Kenya (holding Masters degree or equivalent) are invited to submit applications for 4 PhD scholarships related to the STAKE-project. More information about the STAKE project and the specifics of each sholarship is available at the web:
All 4 PhD studies will be integrated in the STAKE project. Each PhD student will collaborate with other students and senior researchers within STAKE - and also have a specific research focus:
One PhD student will study the role of formal (forest) law in alleviating or reproducing conflict (PhD #1)
Two PhD students will study the actual drivers of forest related conflict in Kenya (PhD #2 and #3)
One PhD student will study the impacts of formal (forest) law on livelihoods and conflict behaviours (PhD #4)