ICPP 3 - SINGAPORE 2017
Application for Grants open only between 16th February - 1st March 2017!
The LKY School is pleased to announce that they will support PhD students from all countries by providing free on-campus accommodation to PhD students presenting at the Conference. These will be awarded on a competitive basis based on the quality of the abstract.
All PhD students may apply. To be eligible for this free accommodation, the candidate must have a paper accepted at ICPP3, following a classical selection process and must apply by an online system between 16th February and 1st March 2017. The selection committee, taking into account the number of available accommodation, will select based on the quality of the abstract.
Terms & Conditions
The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy is pleased to support the participation of scholars from developing countries in Asia by providing travel subsidies of SGD 500.
To be eligible to receive the grant, the candidate must have a paper accepted at ICPP3 following a classical selection process and apply by email between 16th February and 1st March 2017 (the email address will be shown here in due course). A selection committee will select scholars based on the quality of the abstracts.
The Global Centre for Public Service Excellence (GCPSE) is one of six Global Policy Centres of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) which contribute to UNDP’s global development policy advisory functions, shape global thought leadership by providing evidence-based support and undertake development analytics for the global positioning of the organization and articulation of UNDP's discourse in global development processes. The Global Policy Centres provide research support and leverage partnerships to support better use of the organization’s funding for emerging priorities and innovation. GCPSE acts as a knowledge and convening hub on public service excellence, promoting cutting edge practices in public management and administrative reforms.
Given the importance of public administration in delivering the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the GCPSE intends to collaborate with the academic community in developing evidence on the relevant policy aspects. As partners of the ICPP, the GCPSE has selected a number of panels (indicated in panel descriptions) that it will consider travel grant applications for.
A limited number of travel grants will offered to PhD students and academic staff employed on a full-time basis in low and lower middle income countries (list here). Please note: recipients of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) travel grant are not eligible for the GCPSE grant. The two grant issuing institutions will not allow a bundling of both grants. The grant will comprise of an economy class ticket (to and from Singapore, or the equivalent sum) as well as a daily subsistence allowance for the days of the conference. Only one author per paper is eligible to apply.
Applications are open between 16th February and 1st March 2017. A selection committee will screen the submissions for eligibility and select scholars based on the quality and relevance of the abstracts.