European Human Rights Advocacy Centre invites applications for paid fellowship with the Oak Foundation

by | Jan 24, 2022

The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) is inviting applications from graduates and post-graduates for a six-month paid human rights fellowship with the Oak Foundation. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about international human rights in practice from within a global organisation. The fellowship programme is administered by EHRAC, which has benefitted from the support of the Oak Foundation for over ten years.

The successful candidate will work at the Oak Foundation’s central London office for 4-5 days per week, and the stipend is £100 per day. EHRAC encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds, including lived experience or any of the issues related to OAK’s work. The Centre is particularly interested in applicants with experience and skills relevant to priority countries, namely Brazil, India, Russia and Myanmar.

More information about the fellowship and details of how to apply are available at the website.

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