About the Fellowship
The Kalinga Fellowship is a global programme that brings together the most progressive leaders from business, government and civil society to facilitate a breakthrough in thinking and strategy to answer the question:
How can the senior leaders of the government, business sector and civil society come together to combat trafficking of women and children globally?
Who we’re looking for
To qualify as a Kalinga Fellow, the candidates:
- Will be thoughtful, committed and respected and be an inspirational leader/position within their professional fields and within their larger community;
- Should display a growth (learning) mindset, should be open and curious, ready to learn from mistakes, rather than always believing that they are right;
- Be positioned at a senior management level in the organisation and play a role in overall decision making within the organisation. They should have the legitimacy and agency to influence/change policy decisions within the organisation;
- Should be innovative, creative and reflect entrepreneurial spirit in their approach to social problems. During the screening process, candidates will be assessed on their ability to set goals and arrive at solutions to problem through transformational innovation.
- Should have no criminal cases, corruption case, vigilance or sexual harassment case against them.