Becoming a peer assessor
ANROWS assessors appraise the grant applications of their peers who work in the field of violence against women.
ANROWS calls on peer assessors for periodic open grants rounds, to independently and fairly evaluate research proposals for the consideration of the ANROWS Board.
HOW TO BECOME A PEER ASSESSOR
ANROWS welcomes expressions of interest from suitable people who wish to become peer assessors. If you have expertise relevant to the field of violence against women and their children, either as a researcher, practice designer or government policymaker, you are invited to apply by sending a current résumé and an outline of your areas of expertise (no more than 200 words) to email@example.com
ANROWS peer assessors undertake this work within the course of their ordinary paid employment or on a voluntary basis. ANROWS gratefully acknowledges the generous contribution of time, professional and personal commitment, and expertise provided by peer assessors. In most cases, peer assessors’ roles on assessment panels will be acknowledged on the ANROWS website, along with the associated project details.