For those in New Zealand – a scholarship opportunity:
FairWay Resolution’s Board has announced the establishment of the $10,000 FairWay Resolution Anne Scragg Scholarship to encourage continuing professional development within the dispute resolution profession. The scholarship package includes a cash contribution of up to $10,000 towards further study/research and will be awarded annually commencing in 2015.
Announcing the scholarship at a function to mark Anne Scragg’s retirement after nearly 30 years’ service to the dispute resolution sector, FairWay Resolution chief executive Greg Pollock said the award aims to continue her legacy to the profession.
…The scholarship is available for anyone working or studying in the dispute resolution
profession, including undergraduate or postgraduate students, new professionals or experienced dispute resolution practitioners. As well as a cash grant to support professional development, the scholarship provides the recipient with the option of working for a 12 week period with FairWay either before or after their course of study or research.
Applications for the 2015 year close on 1 August 2015. Full details about the scholarship criteria are available at www.fairwayresolution.com