FAQ
 

DESMOND TUTU RECONCILIATION FELLOWSHIPS
 

+ Will you tell me where to go or what to do?

The nature and conduct of individual Fellow's projects are decided by the Fellows themselves, although we may provide some advice and guidance about how you might like to proceed.

+ I’ve just finished school or I am a student. Can I get a Tutu Reconciliation Fellowship?

It is unlikely that you will be selected. The award of a Tutu Reconciliation Fellowship implies recognition of past achievement and demonstrated ability for future achievement in the applicant’s field.

+ Am I too young or too old to get a Tutu Reconciliation Fellowship?

You must be over 18. There is no upper age limit for the award of a Tutu Reconciliation Fellowship. However, demonstrated ability for future achievement in your particular field will be taken into consideration.

+ Can I apply for a Fellowship with someone else or as a group?

Fellowships are awarded on an individual basis only. However, we appreciate that in many cases they will involve group activities involving members of different communities. This will be taken into account in the selection process.

+ Who are the Tutu Reconciliation Fellowship panel?

Dr Charles Lane, Chair: charles@supportforchange.org.au

Professor Paul James, Advisor: p.james2@uws.edu.au

Dr Elizabeth Kath, Advisor: elizabeth.kath@rmit.edu.au

Professor Paul Komesaroff, Advisor: paul.komesaroff@monash.edu

Victoria Baldwin, Advisor: vbaldwin@globalreconciliation.org