Project Bonhoeffer, our Faith in Acton Project partners, have announced that they will be providing bursaries for two students to attend the Bonhoeffer Congress 2020, organised by the International Bonhoeffer Society.
Taking place in Stellenbosch, South Africa from 19-23 January 2020, the theme of the conference is 'How is the coming generation to go on living? Bonhoeffer and the response to our present crisis and hope'. Plenary speakers include Wolfgang Huber, Terry Lovat, Nadia Marais, Pumla Goboda-Madikizela, Teddy Sakupapa and Reggie Williams. You can find out more about the conference here.
Project Bonhoeffer is offering two bursaries of £1000 each towards travel and subsistence costs for two UK students to attend this important international conference. Applications from students and recent graduates welcome!
Applicants are asked to provide a written statement of no more than 500 words, outlining their key reasons for wanting to attend the conference and their understanding of why its theme and perspective are important for students today. Statements must reach the Project Bonhoeffer board no later than 30th June, and applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application following the board's meeting on 9th July.