The International Society of Family Law (ISFL) has granted 10000 euros for scholarships from less affluent nations with academic careers up to 7 years.
The Dutch Society of Family Law (FJR) has granted 5000 euro for scholarships from less affluent nations.
A certain number of scholarships is available for candidates from less affluent nations with academic careers up to 7 years. Scholarships cover some of the expenses related to attendance at the Conference for instance registration fee and/or accommodation. Candidates should provide before March 1:
(a) a presentation proposal (two-page abstract),
(c) reference from a senior colleague or candidate’s university professor explaining her/his academic (professional) merit and the need for the scholarship.
This should be submitted all together to the Chair of the ISFL Scholarships Committee Olga Dyuzheva: firstname.lastname@example.org