The Fellowship sets out to explore best practices from around the world on how to localize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Israel.
The IPPI offers young professionals from the field of environmental policy from Germany the opportunity to take part in its paid Fellowship Program “Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – German-Israeli Perspectives”.
The Fellowship Program will provide young professionals in the field of sustainability the opportunity to exchange with some of Israel’s leading thought leaders in the field and gain firsthand professional experience while learning about the country’s efforts to localize the SDGs in Israel.
In the framework of the program, the fellows will be required to write a policy paper that will focus on a common environmental challenge in Israel and in Germany. During the program the fellows will be able to reach out to the partners of the IPPI and the HBS in order to familiarize themselves with the relevant actors in the Israeli ecosystem.
The fellowship will take place in Israel for a duration of 4 to 5 months between January and June, 2019. Selected applicants will receive 750 Euros per month for their participation in the fellowship.
To apply, send your CV and a cover letter explaining your interest and why are a good fit for the program to email@example.com
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Israel
January - May 2019
November 5, 2018
What Fellows Say
"The fellowship proved to be incredibly stimulating both professionally and personally. I was given the opportunity to interact with and learn from researchers from Israel and around the world. "
"The IPPI Fellowship has enabled me to pursue my own policy research while gaining valuable, hands-on professional experience in two very different organizations."
"I strongly recommend the fellowship to young professionals, who aim to gain experiences in a unique political and organizational environment."
"As a visiting Fellow at the IPPI, I was able to gain profound insights into the current security debate in the country and closely work with some of the leading policy-makers and experts in the field. "
“I look forward to carrying the experience I gained working at the Prime Minister’s Office in Israel to my new position at the Chancellor's office in Berlin, where I will be shaping digital transformation processes in Germany. German and Israel have a special relationship -- the fellowship greatly contributed to my understanding of our mutual interests.”
“What I enjoyed most during my time at the IPPI was the freedom to research, the intellectual exchange with other fellows, and the possibility to immerse into Israel’s academic community.”
“As an IPPI fellow, I felt incredibly energized by my working environment and the amount of responsibility I was entrusted with from the onset.”