The Neville Shulman Challenge Award aims to further the understanding and exploration of the planet - its cultures, peoples and environments - while promoting personal development through the intellectual or physical challenges involved in undertaking a research project or expedition. The Neville Shulman Challenge Award was established in 2001 for the Society by Neville Shulman CBE. Each year an award of £5,000 will be given to a challenging research project or expedition. Applicants must demonstrate how the project is challenging; intellectually, physically and in terms of the issue being studied. Projects should have elements of both local and global interest, a clear purpose to advance geographical knowledge through well outlined methods of data collection, and with opportuni

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