Equal Rights Trust Launches Bob Hepple Memorial Fund

by | Feb 12, 2016

The Equal Rights Trust are to launch its Bob Hepple Memorial Fund, a campaign to help those at the start of their career in human rights through paid internship and fellowship placements.
The human rights NGO sector is notoriously competitive and some form of initial unpaid experience beyond university is now a necessity. The Trust is one of a few organisations that provides paid placements, fulfilling its mission of promoting equal rights for all so that those without the financial means to work for free are given equal opportunity to pursue their ambition. 
If you would like further information including an embargoed press release or a preview of a film the Trust are launching for the campaign please contact: charlotte.broyd@equalrightstrust.org / +44(0)7732819400. 

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