What does the Academy offer?
Academy fellowships provide emerging leaders at the mid-point of their careers with the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge, publish, speak at events, expand their personal networks, and further develop an understanding of critical issues in international affairs, which will enable them to contribute to positive change in their home countries and broader region.
Fellows join a diverse cohort of professionals from a variety of sectors including academia, NGOs, business, government or the media who are looking for the next step or transition in their career.
During their fellowship, the Academy enables fellows to develop themselves in four key areas:
The European Institute of Policy Research and Human Rights promotes nonpartisan discourse and critical analysis of issues of long-term importance through competitive fellowships, access to renowned experts, and symposia.
The Institute offers European Leadership Fellowship (ELF) which prepares young individuals under 35 years to assume their responsibility as global citizens in public, private, and nonprofit sectors—participants learn how to lead with integrity, build capital to garner influence and translate knowledge into action.
The Institute’s Global Centre for Human Rights and Justice (GCHRJ) offers a range of training on issues across the business and human rights agenda. Drawing on its roster of international experts, GCHRJ provides standard, advanced, or bespoke training to meet the needs of any organisation interested in:
increasing understanding of business and human rights issues;
refining skills to implement human rights due diligence;
developing internal competencies on specific topics;
addressing real-world human rights dilemmas.
The GCHRJ Academy Faculty includes members of EIPRHR staff, Research Fellows and Advisory Council, as well as eminent guest speakers.
Organisations that would benefit from GCHRJ training include businesses, trade associations, embassies, academic institutions, government departments, and not-for-profit entities.
To learn more about GCHRJ and to discuss your organisation’s training and capacity-building needs, please contact our Academy at GCHRJ@eiprhr.org
Empowering leaders to craft innovative solutions to national and global challenges
EIPRHR Academy develops a wide range of customized executive education programs and comprehensive leadership training for foreign diplomats, federal agencies, and leading corporate executives. Each program is tailored to fit a diverse range of needs and features a combination of opportunities including:
In-depth seminars with global policy experts
Professional skill-building workshops
Carefully crafted crisis simulations
Site visits across Europe.
EIPRHR Academy designs programs for the following audiences:
EIPRHR Academy’s highly respected programs provide opportunities for rising leadership within Europe. and international government institutions to hone their foreign policy understanding and professional skills. EIPRHR Academy has created programs for a variety of government agencies as well as defense and foreign affairs ministries from around the world.
Corporate and NGO Leadership
EIPRHR Academy combines training in strategic and tactical leadership with geopolitical seminars to ensure that executives gain an understanding of the growing complexity of major public policy issues and business implications on a global scale and the skills to transform their organizations to answer those challenges.
EIPRHR Academy hosts students from a number of European and foreign educational institutions to inform future leaders about the complexities of world issues & foreign policy and the skills and outlook necessary for career success in the global arena.
Super Women, Super Power
The Super Women, Super Power Initiative convenes top-level women leaders in foreign policy, national security, international business, and international development to amplify their voices, spotlight their expertise, and discuss critical and timely issues.
The initiative includes:
A speaker series made possible with support from many leading corporate and organizations that serve as a forum where senior leaders can collaborate, share best practices, network, and inspire and cultivate the next generation of leaders.
A podcast series that features conversations with female thought leaders at all career levels.
Private events that typically feature small-group discussions of current international security issues and challenges with high-level women leaders. Roundtables are routinely conducted with our Super Women, Super Power Membership Circles.
The Super Women, Super Power Initiative will be launched in 1st January 2019.
In 2019, under the auspices of Super Women, Super Power, EIPRHR will launch the Women’s Global Leadership Fellowship Program, an executive-level fellowship designed to further empower future women leaders.