Apply now for a chance to become a fellow in the Teaching Human Rights Fellowship Cohort 2, an initiative committed to human rights education in society.
Be part of a fellowship dedicated to creating a world of change in which everyone is equal.
Be the change you want to see and start by applying to a program that helps fight discrimination, infringements on human rights, and the like.
If you’re selected as a Teaching Human Rights Fellows, you will have access to a platform, materials, resources, and a community of individuals dedicated to making the world a better place.
See below for details about the program, how to apply, eligibility, and deadline.
Application Deadline: July 15, 2020
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Applicants selected as Teaching Human Rights Fellows will:
- Receive acclaim and recognition for their work on the Human Projects website
- Receive access to a community of previous and current fellows
- Have a platform to share their views, experiences, and ideas on human rights with others
- Receive personal support from and forge lasting relationships with other fellows
- Receive access to all Human Projects educational materials and tools
- provided with virtual certificates of participation as a mark of recognition
- This fellowship is made available to participants free of all costs and expenses
- Participation requires no travel.
The position is open to
- Applicants from anywhere in the world.
- Applicants with a passion for and dedication to human rights
Requirements of a Teaching Human Rights Fellows
Human rights fellows are required to
- Put together human rights education and discussion sessions with at least 10 total participants
These sessions can be held in person or remotely
- Be up to date on all stipulations related to the COVID-19 pandemic at local, national, and international levels. Fellows are to take all possible steps to ensure the safety of every participant involved, self-included.
- Be an active presence in the Teaching Human Rights Fellowship Facebook Group
- Complete the Teaching Human Rights Fellows Information Form
- Complete all required weekly check-ins
- Contribute progressive inputs in scheduled fellow activities such as networking meetings
- Create a basic program plan
- Complete the mid-program check-in survey and post-program reporting form
- Provide images and/or stories from the program
- Keep track of all email and reply to entries from the Human Projects Team within 48 hours
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To apply, applicants should:
- Fill all required fields
- Ensure to register with a self-owned account as the name and photo associated with your Google account will be recorded when you upload files and submit the form
- Click here to apply
About the Teaching Human Rights Fellowship Cohort 2
Teaching Human Rights Fellowship is an initiative that brings together groups of community members to learn about and discuss human rights.
It assembles like-minded people with a focus on achieving human rights for all.
The Teaching Human Rights Fellowship Cohort 2 is a group of unique young leaders with a fiery and ardent passion for human rights activism. Their plan is to change the view of the world one community at a time.