This research grant was established as a memorial to Mahatma (M.K.) Gandhi, and in recognition of the
work being carried by an international group of Economists for Peace and Security (EPS) and the
Mahatma Gandhi Peace Council of Ottawa, to support research in Peace and Security, Conflict
Resolution and Human Development.

Terms and Eligibility

This award supports research in topics related to Peace and Security, Conflict Resolution and Human
Development. The competition is open to doctoral students, faculty members, and visiting research
scholars at Carleton for the grant period (6 months, January 1 – June 30, 2018). Student applicants
must be enrolled in a graduate program at Carleton University for the entire period of the award. A
committee comprised of the academic members of the Board of the Canada-India Centre for
Excellence in Science, Technology, Trade and Policy, and chaired by the Dean of the Faculty of
Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs will adjudicate the competition. The award recipient will be
recognized as the Centre’s scholar, and he/she will duly acknowledge the grant in any reports/working
papers/publications based on the research facilitated by this grant. The scholar will be required to
spend the award during the grant period and submit a report to the Centre at the end of the grant
period.

Value: $4,500

Application Deadline: December 1, 2017

The successful candidate will be notified in writing by December 29, 2017