Cullen International announces a new fellowship in memory of Abigail Browne (1976-2015). The fellowship remembers Abigail's life and recognises her work in the field of communications regulation with the aim to promote the exchange of perspectives and best practices among European states.
Candidates are therefore invited to submit their ideas for a research project to improve the understanding of communications regulation, contributing to the more efficient or effective regulation of the sector and/or the sharing of best practice (telecoms, media, digital economy, postal regulation and competition law).
The successful candidate will be given the opportunity to work at Cullen International’s offices in Brussels for three months (or more) in the first half of 2017, with access to our extensive database of regulatory research. Travel and accommodation expenses will also be covered.