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.
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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