Rethinking Security in the 21st Century
The IPPI’s International Security program aims to explore the security challenges of the 21st century while bringing together fresh perspectives from Israel and Europe and focusing on the less obvious aspects of the field of security, e.g. migration, humanitarian aid, environment, energy, technology, human rights, and gender.
The Israel Public Policy Institute offers young leaders from Germany an opportunity to participate in a Fellowship program in cooperation with the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) on the theme “Rethinking Security in the 21st Century – German-Israeli perspectives”.
The Fellows program will provide young public policy professionals with an opportunity to work alongside researchers at the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv and gather first-hand experience about the major security challenges facing the country.
As part of the program, Fellows will be required to write a policy paper based on a research proposal on a common security challenge both in Germany and in Israel. As part of their work, the members will analyze the issue area at hand while bringing together perspectives from Israel and Germany and reflecting on best practices in the field.
In the framework of the program, the Fellows will be able to draw on the pool of partners of the IPPI, HBS and of the INSS and familiarize themselves with relevant actors in the country.
The program "Rethinking Security in the 21st Century: German-Israeli Perspectives" takes place in cooperation with the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) and the Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBS)
When 1. January 2018 until 31. May 2018
Where Tel Aviv
Structure Fellows will work both at the INSS and at the Heinrich Böll Foundation
Deadline Applications are accepted on a rolling basis
The program is intended for young leaders from Germany who are interested in the area of international security and who have already gathered relevant experience in the field.
We are looking for exceptional university graduates that will be integrated into the routine work of the Institute for National Security Studies as well as the Israeli office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Over the course of the program, the selected fellow will be expected to complete the writing of a policy paper pertaining to the theme of the program, namely “Rethinking Security in the 21st Century – German-Israeli Perspectives” in addition to the fulfilllment of routine tasks.
Please send your application to email@example.com
In order to be considered, applications should include the following (given the short notice, some documents can be handed in after the initial application):
Eligibility Criteria |
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Applications have to be submitted in English.
Successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Any questions or comments should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alumni of the Program
The Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI) is an independent non-partisan Think-and-Do Tank that strives to strengthen the personal and professional connections between young professionals and policy leaders from Israel, Europe and the United States.