Researcher with Amnesty International

Posted on December 9th, 2016 in Jobs & InternshipsRespond to this post »

Deadline: 13 December 2016 Open to: candidates with background in law, journalism, academia or activism with experience of working on women’s human rights Remuneration: 45,855 GBP/ 35 working hours


The newly established Europe and Central Asia Regional Office at the International Secretariat of Amnesty International is seeking to appoint a dynamic, experienced researcher to the role of Western Europe Researcher with a partially thematic focus on women’s human rights.

As a research-based campaigning organization, investigating and documenting human rights issues is fundamental to our advocacy and lobbying work. The European Union team requires a researcher to take the lead in initiating and conducting strategic human rights research on Western Europe, in particular in the UK, Ireland,... Read More »

Global Health Corps Fellowship 2017-2018

Posted on December 1st, 2016 in Fellowship, ScholarshipsRespond to this post »

Deadline: 18 January 2017 Open to: young leaders who wants to be a part of  this fellowship program Fellowship: development grant of USD 600 and completion award of USD 1500


Global Health Corps is inviting applicants for its fellowship program. The Global Health Corps is a community of leaders united by the belief that health is a human right. Its fellows are highly effective and empathetic systems thinkers with diverse backgrounds, expertise and stories.

The GHC mission is to mobilize a global community of emerging leaders to build the movement for health equity and looking for high potential young leaders with:

A deep commitment to social justice; Diverse skill sets and backgrounds; The creativity to collaborate and problem solve; The excellence to deliver results and... Read More »

Open Society Fellowship

Posted on November 23rd, 2016 in Fellowship, ScholarshipsRespond to this post »

Deadline: 1 March 2017 Open to: individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges Fellowship: one year fellows will receive a stipend of USD 80,000 or USD 100,000, depending on work experience, seniority, and current income


The Open Society Fellowship was founded in 2008 to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges. The fellowship funds work that will enrich public understanding of those challenges and stimulate far-reaching and probing conversations within the Open Society Foundations and in the world.

For the current application round, the Open Society Fellowship invites proposals relevant to the following propositions:

Those who carry out human rights analysis and reporting have been seduced by legal frameworks and largely... Read More »

Online Course: Disability as a Human Rights Issue

Posted on September 19th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 14 October 2016 Open to: students, practitioners, social workers from all over the world  Course track: free certificate confirming participation of the course

About this course

The course is offered in cooperation with Canvas Network, one of the leading providers of open online learning for everyone, everywhere. The platform is built with open, adaptable, reliable, native cloud technologies that empower learning in every context. With a user-friendly and innovative interface, the course offers an interactive and engaging learning experience without geographical limitations, allowing participants to enjoy being part of a truly global network of experts and committed human rights defenders. This online course provides the knowledge and skills participants need to answer such questions.

The course is divided into two modules:

Module 1:... Read More »

Vacancy for Team Leader (Senior Analyst)

Posted on September 1st, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 15 September 2016 Open to: candidates with a solid knowledge of international human rights theory and practice Position: full time, starting as early as possible in autumn 2016, and with six month probation period


The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) is an academic institution affiliated with Lund University in Sweden. The Institute operates world-wide through its seven offices in Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, Jakarta, Lund, Nairobi and Phnom Penh. The Institute’s overall mission is to improve how the world understands and delivers human rights. The vision of the Institute is to contribute to a fair world for future generations.

RWI is currently seeking candidates with a Senior Analyst profile for the position as Team Leader,... Read More »

Human Rights Monitoring Safety and Security Workshop

Posted on August 26th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline:  5 September 2016 Open to: participants from Western Balkans, Central/Eastern Europe and Turkey Venue: 17– 21 October 2016, Montenegro


Building on its long-standing engagement in the protection of human rights defenders, ODIHR published the Guidelines on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders. Since then ODIHR has worked to make the guidelines known to the general public and to specific audiences, such as government officials, the media, other OSCE executive structures and human rights defenders themselves.

ODIHR is pleased to offer a five-day training event on human rights monitoring and safety and security for human rights defenders from Western Balkans, Central/Eastern Europe and Turkey. The objective of the training is to enable human rights defenders to independently carry out quality, objective and impartial... Read More »

2016 Human Rights Prize of the French Republic

Posted on August 23rd, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 30 September 2016 Open to: non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and individual candidates, regardless of nationality and borders, having a field initiative or project to be implemented in France or abroad Grant: 5 prize winners will receive a medal and share a total sum of EUR 70,000


The prize was set up in 1998 to recognize and support the completion of individual or collective projects carried out in the field, in France or abroad, regardless of nationality or borders. The prize is awarded to projects that are linked to one of the below themes:

Defending and Protecting Migrants: Applications can be submitted for projects that aim to help and support migrants by defending and protecting their rights. The prize may be awarded to projects demonstrating innovative, concrete action... Read More »

Robert F. Kennedy Legal Fellowships

Posted on August 22nd, 2016 in Fellowship, ScholarshipsRespond to this post »

Deadline: on a rolling basis Open to: international candidates who have experience with regional and international human rights law and norms Fellowship: a competitive salary, generous loan repayment assistance, connections to their prominent sponsors, participation in trainings + other benefits


Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights is currently accepting applications from students and recent graduates interested in applying to Equal Justice Works, Soros, Skadden, or other post-graduate public interest fellowships and seeking a fellowship host.

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights was founded as a living memorial to Robert F. Kennedy in 1968. Ever since, it has honored journalists, authors, and human rights activists who, often at great personal risk and sacrifice, are on the frontlines of the international movement for human rights... Read More »

Nominations Open for the Council of Europe North-South Prize!

Posted on August 19th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 8 September 2016 Open to: grass root activists, other personalities recognized for their commitment to the principles referred, an organisation or individual Award: the prize is honorific commending the prize-winner’s achievements

About the Award

The Council of Europe (CoE) invites nominations for its 2016 North-South Prize in the following areas:

Defense and promotion of human rights and pluralist democracy; The development of intercultural dialogue; The reinforcement of the North-South partnership and solidarity.

The prize is awarded every year to two personalities, preferably one from the North and the other from the South. The prize rewards their commitment to the defense and promotion of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law as well as to the development of agricultural dialogue and the reinforcement of... Read More »

Human Rights Prize of the French Republic

Posted on August 19th, 2016 in ArchiveRespond to this post »

Deadline: 30 September 2016 Open to: individual or collective projects carried out in the field, in France or abroad Prize: EUR 70.000


Applications are now open for the 2016 “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” Human Rights Prize of the French Republic, awarded by the Prime Minister of the French Government.

Theme 1: Defending and protecting migrants.

Migrants account for 3.2% of the world population; All regions of the world and all population groups are now concerned. Despite this diversification of migratory movements and the fact that human mobility is inevitable in our globalized world, the countries of the North remain obsessed by the fear of an “invasion” of poor migrants from the South. The volume of migration between countries of... Read More »