Thursday, October 13, 2016

Grad students needed for Human Rights Watch project, apps due Nov 1

The University of Minnesota's Master of Human Rights (MHR) / Human Rights Watch collaboration project is seeking up to 12 graduate students for its 2016-17 project "Evaluating Human Rights Watch's Policy Impact." Students will work directly with HRW professional staff and present their findings at the headquarters of Human Rights Watch in New York in May 2017. Students must be enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Minnesota. Successful candidates for the project will enroll in a 2 or 3 credit course offered in spring 2017 by Professor James Ron.

Applications due November 1, 2016. For additional details on applicant requirements and application process, link here.
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