Human Rights Visiting Fellows Program
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Human Rights Visiting Fellows Program: Through its Visiting Fellows Program, the Human Rights Program seeks to give thoughtful individuals with a demonstrated commitment to human rights an opportunity to step back and conduct a serious inquiry in the human rights field.
Individuals who become fellows at the Program are usually scholars with a substantial background in human rights, or experienced activists.
On occasion, they have included young committed workers in the field with the capacity and interest to develop as teachers or activists.
A number of fellows have also come from the judiciary and other branches of government.
Typically, fellows come from outside the United States.
They spend from one semester to a full academic year (preference for candidates who can commit to a full academic year) in residence at the Law School and devote the majority of their time to research and writing on a specific human rights topic.
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
Applications for the year's Visiting Fellowship Program are due on December 14.
Complete application materials should be mailed to: Mindy Jane Roseman, Academic Director, Human Rights Program, Pound Hall 401, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 02138. Phone: 617-495-6912. Email: mroseman [at] law.harvard.edu.
For more information see; Human Rights Visiting Fellows Program - College scholarships
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