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Call for applicants: National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) Fellowship

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raoulwallenberg_logo.jpgDate: From March 2010 (Application closes on 8 February)
Venue: Lund, Sweden

raoulwallenberg_logo.jpgDate: From March 2010 (Application closes on 8 February)
Venue: Lund, Sweden

(Source: 8 December 2009, Raoul Wallenberg Institute)
Through RWI's international development projects and through its
various research initiatives, RWI strives to be a meeting point for
theory and practice in the implementation of human rights. To further
support these efforts RWI is offering an eight month NHRI Fellowship.
The aim of the fellowship programme is to expand the understanding of
the role NHRIs play in promoting and protecting human rights, to
support research associated with NHRIs, and to help facilitate dialogue
between NHRI scholars and practitioners.

The Fellow will have the opportunity to further her/his professional
development by conducting research related to NHRIs and interacting
with leading human rights scholars and expert NHRI practitioners from
around the world. It is expected that the Fellow will be based at RWI
for the eight month fellowship period and that she/he will not have any
other professional commitments during that time period. The Fellow is
also required during the course of the fellow-ship to complete a
research project resulting in a written work. The Fellow will form part
of the RWI research and academic community and be expected to
contribute to RWI NHRI related lectures, seminars, and workshops, and
to provide feedback on RWI related NHRI initiatives that are ongoing or
under development.

For details and application, please click here.