Now You Can Apply For Benazir Bhutto Fellowship at Harvard University. The Harvard University has started a new fellowship program to honor its late alumnus Benazir Bhutto, a HKS ClassACT HR 1973 Graduate Leadership Program Fellowship in Honor of Benazir Bhutto, is now accepting application from interested candidates.
The Harvard University has started the fellowship program to honor Benazir Bhutto, member of the Harvard College class of 1973.
The UN Women Pakistan’s country representative, Jamshed Kazi said that the launch of the Benazir Bhutto Fellowship Program is a fitting tribute to her legacy.
He added that the late Benazir Bhutto has been an iconic and inspirational figure for a lot of women as well as a number of men like himself.
The main purpose of this fellowship program is to educate and support mid-career leaders particularly from the Middle East and South Asia and also help to resolve national and international issues by bringing together the class of 1973.
This fellowship program will also assist those candidates who share Benazir’s vision of equality between men and women, democracy, education for all and lessening of religious and cultural gaps.
The HKS was initiated by Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1973 and is now accepting applications to the Mason Program for the first year of the fellowship.
Candidates seeking admission in Edward S. Mason Program at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) are eligible for the fellowship.
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