Research Assistant Opportunity (TIME SENSITIVE!)
U.S. State Department-funded Darfur research and advocacy project seeks talented undergraduate social
science students to assist in preparing a brand-new dataset recording the opinions of Darfurian refugees
in eastern Chad on the issues of peace, justice and reconciliation.
This is a unique opportunity for undergraduates interested in the conflict in Darfur, Sudan, post-conflict
reconciliation, the design of democratic institutions, public opinion research, and international human rights
Code Qualitative Responses. Students will help classify responses to open-ended questions and collect them
into appropriate categories. Responses to these questions will then be recoded in the dataset according to their
Clean Dataset. Students will help identify and correct errors (improper formatting, coding, etc.) in the dataset.
Prepare Final Report. Students will help edit and draft sections of the final deliverable, as appropriate.
Strong commitment to meeting deadlines. Participating students will be helping to complete a critical
component of our project, and the production of the dataset and analysis are extremely time sensitive. The
project will require approximately 15 hours of work per week.
Moderate to high level of expertise in Excel and experience working with datasets. Familiarity with
recoding data is also desirable.
Finally, familiarity with the conflict in Darfur is a plus but is not required. Students who are knowledgeable
about the conflict may have the opportunity to make other substantive contributions to the project.
Timing and Supervision:
All work will be carried out between now and the end of the year, with appropriate breaks for exams. Your work
will be supervised by two research coordinators. One is a a PhD student in Political Science at MIT, and the
other is a student at Stanford Law School who is also pursuing a PhD in Political Science at Yale.
The positions are unpaid, but students will be acknowledged by name in the final report, which will be presented
at the U.S. Department of State, the International Criminal Court’s Office of the Prosecutor in the Hague, the
AU/UN Joint Mediation Support Team, and a number of European governments.
Send a resume and brief explanation of your qualifications and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. You
must be able to start working immediately.
The International Journal of Transitional Justice is seeking an intern. The Oxford University Press journal is co-
produced by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, South Africa in partnership with the Human
Rights Center, Berkeley. More information on the journal can be found at International Journal of Transitional
Internship Eligibility: Students should be graduate or post-graduate students or recent graduates; must possess
native-level fluency in English; have a demonstrated interest and background in the field of transitional justice
and ideally have done course work in the field; have experience in working with other journal publications or in
publications more broadly.
Interns need to be hard-working, dependable, and detail-oriented, and must have good editing and writing skills.
Basic computer skills and strong communication and phone skills are a must.
The editorial intern will be required to perform tasks including:
Research (particularly on the internet), fact-checking, copy-editing,
and proofreading. The intern will also assist in compiling and maintaining a database of peer reviewers and perform
routine administrative work.
The journal is offering internships on an ongoing basis for a minimum period of 6 months from January 2010. The
position is unpaid. The work is home-based for 20 hours a week and interns will report to the Managing Editor.
To Apply: If you would like to be considered, please send a resume, cover letter and writing sample(s) to
In all cases, candidates who are under serious consideration for the position will be notified within two weeks of
application. All other applicants should assume they are no longer being considered if they have not been contacted
by then. (We regret that we cannot acknowledge receipt of individual applications.)
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, International Justice
Starting Date: Immediate
Duration: 3 months minimum
Location: Hilversum, the Netherlands
Radio Netherlands Worldwide is offering an internship of three months with its International Justice
(www.internationaljustice.nl) editorial team in Hilversum.
The main task of the selected intern will be to help the International Justice editorial team write and research
news stories, and maintain the website.
The intern will gather information from news agencies, RNW correspondents and additional interviews, and write
articles for our website. The intern will also help the editorial team with daily tasks.
â€¢ Write and research news stories on topics related to international justice, transitional justice, war
crimes, genocide, conflict, human rights and peace.
â€¢ Fact-check stories.
â€¢ Research and write background stories.
â€¢ Interest in human rights issues and transitional justice.
â€¢ Interest in the role media plays in the field of international justice.
â€¢ Strong analytical skills.
â€¢ Interest in international politics.
â€¢ The ability to write clear, accurate and concise copy.
â€¢ Proven English skills (we prefer a native speaker).
â€¢ Knowledge of other languages would be an advantage.
â€¢ Work experience in an international broadcasting organisation.
â€¢ Training in basic media skills.
â€¢ An opportunity to publish your article in RNW’s website.
â€¢ A monthly stipend of 300 Euros (36 hours a week)
If you are interested in this internship opportunity, please send your CV and a cover letter describing your
qualifications for this internship to Arjen van Dijkhuizen (email@example.com)
For further information on Radio Netherlands Worldwide: www.internationaljustice.nl
International Internship Program 2010 – May 18 Memorial Foundation
For more information on The May 18 Memorial Foundation, please visit http://518.org/eng for more details about the foundation work.
Purpose of the internship programme
2 interns (one male, one female) who will serve for 10 months from March-December 2010.The annual internship program is a crucial part of the Foundation’s mandate to promote international solidarity and further the cause of human rights in Asia.
Through the internship programme the Foundation aims to:
1) improve international solidarity and networking and
2) promote Gwangju as Asia’s Hub for Human Rights Movement.
Applicants should be university graduates not more than 30 years of age, with a minimum of 3 years NGO or social development work experience, though not necessarily in the field of human rights. Preference will be given to those with degrees in human rights-related subjects such as social sciences and communication, and to those who have specialized in human rights issues within these disciplines. Applicants must be computer literate (email/internet, web page, lay-out/design, etc.) and proficient in English; working knowledge of Korean is an advantage.
Applicants should be a working member of an organization: applicants cannot apply as individuals without the knowledge/support/recommendation of their current organization.
Application period: October 29, 2009 until November 30, 2009.
Conditions of service
The relationship between the Foundation and the intern is one of mutual benefit. Interns are assigned to a unit of the Foundation according to the needs of the office and their own areas of interest. They are involved, inter alia, in managing workshops, preparing for the human rights folk school, conducting their own research, working on human rights issues, drafting analytical papers and reports, providing substantive and technical service and so on, depending on the exigencies of the Office. At the same time, the programme aims to increase the intern’s understanding of current human rights issues at the international level.
Travel costs, airfare and living expenses are provided by the Foundation. Housing will be provided but utilities (telephone/internet, electricity, and gas) will be paid for by interns. Health Insurance will be given to cover accidents/illness incurred during an internship.
There is no expectancy of employment at the end of the internship and interns cannot apply for any jobs or pursue a higher degree until the termination of the internship.
Procedure for applying
Applicants should submit the following documentation:
- your completed, dated and signed internship application form
- A copy of your Curriculum Vitae
- A scanned copy of your valid and not expired passport
- A write-up detailing your expectations, objectives, and interest in the human rights internship program (not more than two pages)
- An official endorsement letter from your superior or head of your organization
- An endorsement/Referral Letter from any Alumni/Contact/Network of the Foundation in your country or abroad (Please check our website links at http://eng.518.org/eng/html/main.html?TM18MF=06010000)
- A proof of enrolment in undergraduate studies and a list of courses taken, transcripts of grades or diplomas
- a written sample of research work or an abstract of academic papers (3-10 pages maximum), if undertaken
Closing date for application: 30th Nov.
Selected candidates are normally informed around the first week of January 2010. Unsuccessful candidates will be notified by email and are encouraged to apply the following year.
Address for applications
Culture and Solidarity Team
The May 18 Memorial Foundation
5.18 Memorial Culture Hall
Seo-Gu, Naebangro 409
Gwangju, Republic of Korea
Phone: +82 62 456 0518
Fax: +82 62 456 0519
Consultant Country profiles, Childrens Rights, International Bureau for Children’s Rights, Canada
Closing date: 20 Nov 2009
Location: Canada – Middle East, North Africa
Qualifications and competences
The incumbent is expected to demonstrate most of the following qualifications and competences:
Proven experience in conducting research and monitoring and evaluation techniques related to
human/children?s rights, including data collection and management, analyses and publication of solid reports;
Track record of facilitating training and workshops on methodology, research and writing solid sound reports
Two-years of experience in managing international project and programmes
Good knowledge of and exposure to a range of human/children?s rights issues and international relations
Good experience and knowledge of the challenges and experience in the Arab and Muslim world;
Two years of field experience, preferably in the MENA region, is a key asset;
Diplomatic skills and proven ability to work in collaboration with various actors having competing agendas,
to maintain contact with many actors in several countries, to cooperate with governments on matters related to best
practices and the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, and to facilitate collaboration between
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity
and respect for diversity.
How to Apply
Applications must include:
Cover letter, describing in what way the applicant?s experience and academic background meet the criteria
for this position,
Complete contact details of at least three references (compulsory)
A list of recent reports or publications, preferably on human rights or children?s rights.
List of training sessions and workshops organised and/or led by the incumbent.
Please submit your applications to Nadja Pollaert, Director General at IBCR, by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by
fax + 1 514 932-9453.
U.S. Department of Justice
Overview: The Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice, is seeking several experienced attorneys for the
position of Trial Attorney in the Housing and Civil Enforcement Section in The Housing Section handles the
Departmentâ€™s fair lending enforcement responsibilities under the Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the Equal Credit
Opportunity Act (ECOA). The Section also has enforcement responsibilities relating to housing discrimination under
the Fair Housing Act, and under Title II of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized
Persons Act and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
Qualifications: Applicants must possess a J.D. degree, be an active member of the bar in good standing (any
jurisdiction), and have a minimum of three years post-JD legal experience, including at least two years of
experience related to fair lending issues.
Deadline: November 30th, 2009
For more information please visit: http://www.justice.gov/oarm/jobs/09-crt-trialatty-housing.htm
The University of North Carolina Law-Center for Civil Rights
Chapel Hill, NC
Education Staff Attorney
Overview: The University of North Carolina Law invites applications for the position of Education Staff Attorney
with the Center for Civil Rights. The Center for Civil Rights is a legal organization that uses action-oriented
advocacy, including litigation, to make Americaâ€™s promise of justice, opportunity, and prosperity a reality for all
people. This is an EPA Non-Faculty position.
Qualifications: The Center seeks applicants with a Juris Doctor degree and three years minimum experience in civil
rights or public interest practice and/or public policy advocacy.
Duties: The Education Staff Attorney will include primary responsibility for advocacy in the Centerâ€™s Educational
Advancement and Fair Opportunities program. The Education Staff Attorney will work with parents, community
organizations, public school leaders and other attorneys to advocate for the preservation of diversity in public
education and further develop the Centerâ€™s strategic vision and advocacy agenda.
To apply: Please visit jobs.unc.edu for further information on this position and application instructions.
Interested candidates should include a cover letter, resume, two substantial legal writing samples (ten pages
maximum) and the names and contact information for three references with their application. All questions should
be directed to:
Director of Human Resources,
UNC School of Law 100 Ridge Road,
Chapel Hill, NC 27599.
Youth Rights Advocacy Adviser, Progressio, Somalia
We are a progressive international charity with Catholic roots that enables poor communities to solve their own
problems through support from skilled workers. And we lobby decision-makers to change policies that keep people
poor. We were formerly the Catholic Institute for International Relations.
Location: Somalia – Hageisa, Somaliland
The Progressio development worker (DW) working as a Youth Rights Advocacy Adviser will work alongside a local
umbrella organisation – the Somaliland National Youth Organisation (SONYO) – supporting both SONYO staff and the
partner organisations that make up the umbrella, to promote youth rights in general and in particular increased
youth political participation and civic education, and to collaborate with other local organisations involved in a
Progressio Non-state Actors (NSA) project.
You will have a degree level qualification or equivalent diploma in a relevant discipline.
A minimum of three years? work experience within the NGO sector; and on child/juvenile/youth rights and advocacy;
proven experience of designing, implementing and monitoring advocacy programmes/initiatives; of capacity building
and organisational development within the NGO sector; in training/facilitation methodologies, including direct
training/coaching experience, and in campaigning, community mobilisation, civic education and networking are
You should have a genuine interest in working with youth and in understanding their strategic role/contributions to
the construction of a democratic and participative society; understanding of the role which NGOs play in national
and local development through advocacy; skills in policy development and research; and in participatory monitoring
and evaluation methods. Knowledge and understanding of one or more areas linked to youth rights, leadership and
political participation; understanding of gender issues and commitment to mainstreaming gender; strong initiative,
self motivation and drive for innovation and excellence are essential. Excellent team building, interpersonal and
communication skills, including the ability to communicate/work with a wide range of people in a participatory,
respectful, collaborative manner, and enhance effective working relationships; excellent presentation skills
including the ability to tailor communications to different audiences; excellent time-management and organisational
skills required to plan and implement own work, and to meet deadlines; flexibility and the ability to live and work
effectively in a resource poor environment, with limited leisure facilities are also essential.
You should also have good report writing skills and good command of English (both spoken and written); be willing
to undertake road travel in Somaliland; be culturally sensitive in an Islamic/Somali environment, and be willing to
learn the basics of the Somali language.
Experience of working with networks/umbrella organisations; of working effectively in a resource poor environment,
previous experience in the Somali context; of working with/involving the media on youth and advocacy issues;
understanding of the issues facing a post conflict society; good knowledge of international human rights standards
and instruments, and skills in fundraising, including proposal development and reporting back to funders are also
How to apply
It is essential that you complete the application form in full, as very specific information is required and will
be used to decide whether or not you will be short-listed for an interview. Please note that CVs/resumes will not
For further information and an application form visit http://www.progressio.org.uk/jobs
Interviews: Mid/late November 2009
Please return the completed application form to: Recruitment@progressio.org.uk
Mercy Corps Conflict Management Group
Overview: Mercy Corps works almost exclusively in high-risk conflict and post-conflict environments. We currently
have programs in more than 40 countries; the vast majority of these (73%) fall into the category of fragile or
critically weak states. Helping people find ways to break the cycle of violence and promote peaceful change is at
the heart of Mercy Corpsâ€™ mandate.
Qualifications: MA/S or equivalent in International Development, International Relations, International Law,
Conflict Management, Negotiation or related field required.
For more information please visit: https://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?
Human Rights Watch
(Washington, DC, or New York Office)
Deadline for applications: December 16, 2009
Application Deadline: December 16, 2009
Human Rights Watch (â€œHRWâ€) is seeking highly-qualified applicants for the position of Emergencies Researcher with
the Emergencies division.
Description: The Researcher in the Emergencies division will monitor human rights crises, including situations of
armed conflict, massive civilian displacement, or large-scale killing. Occasionally the Emergencies Researcher
will be the organizationâ€™s most visible, front-line representative in a crisis. Essential tasks include research,
writing, press work, and advocacy â€“ all in difficult circumstances with pressing deadlines. S/he should be
prepared to spend extensive periods working in the field in various crisis situations. Responsibilities include,
but are not limited to: monitoring, investigating, and documenting human rights developments in the field, and
reporting findings quickly and regularly; expeditiously writing and editing detailed reports, appeals, memos, press
releases, op-eds, articles, government letters and position papers; working extensively with the press to ensure
widespread coverage of urgent human rights concerns; devising and implementing advocacy strategies for addressing
the abuses documented, including by enlisting influential governments and institutions; enhancing the
organization’s capacity to respond to crises by providing training and advice on emergency field operations and
related planning and policy development; and other task as assigned. This is a full-time position, and may be
based in a major capital in Europe, New York or Washington, DC preceded by a training period in HRWâ€™s New York
Qualifications: The successful candidate will be scrupulously objective, able to investigate and report on abuses
without prejudice or favor, in contexts that are often highly charged politically. S/he must be comfortable
working under public scrutiny, flexible, and able to respond quickly to crises as they occur. Extensive experience
is required conducting careful, rigorous, human rights investigations and advocacy in crisis situations, ideally in
more than one region. A law degree or other advanced degree is strongly preferred. S/he should have good
knowledge of international human rights and humanitarian law. Excellent oral and written communications skills in
English are required, and fluency in one or more additional languages is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate
will be highly motivated, extremely well-organized, collegial, and able to work well under pressure and handle
numerous tasks simultaneously. He or she must be willing to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision,
and work independently as well as function as a member of a team. The successful candidate should have a
demonstrated commitment to international human rights. S/he must be able to employ sensitivity and discretion when
dealing with gender-related investigations, such as research on sexual violence.
Salary and Benefits: HRW seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and generous employer-
paid benefits. HRW will pay reasonable relocation expenses and will assist employees in obtaining necessary work
authorization, if required; citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.
PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY (no calls or email inquiries, please) by emailing together a letter of interest, resume,
references, salary requirements and a brief writing sample (unedited by others) no later than December 16, 2009 to
email@example.com. Please use â€œEmergencies Researcher Ref EME-09-1040-Bâ€ as the subject of your email. Only
complete applications will be reviewed. It is preferred that all materials be submitted via email. If emailing is
not possible, send materials (please do not split a submission between email and regular post) to:
Human Rights Watch
Attn: Search Committee (Emergencies Researcher Ref EME-09-1040-B)
350 Fifth Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY 10118-3299 USA
Fax: (212) 736-1300
Project Manager, EMDH, Afghanistan
Enfants du Monde – Droits de l’Homme (EMDH)
Closing date: 31 Dec 2009
Location: Afghanistan – Kaboul
EMDH has been present in Afghanistan since 2001, launched its psychosocial program for working children beginning
2002 in Dasht-e-Barchi (Southwest of Kabul), and then broadened its activities to the Shindawal bazaar by
implementing vocational trainings for working adolescents. Beginning 2008, Dasht-e-Barchi Center was extended and
equipped with a secured annex, the Community Center for Women. It is dedicated to become in 2009 a real social
resource center for the most vulnerable women in this neighbourhood of the capital.
Coordinate and manage the program:
- Define and plan activities with regards to the available financial, logistical, material and human resources,
supervise implementation, and evaluate on an on-going basis
- Ensure the proper implementation of the project, with special attention to the coordination of the various actors
involved and to respecting fixed objectives
- Circulate the information required for the preparation of narrative and financial report
Undertake skills transfer:
- Define and/or validate a training plan and implement it
- Create tools and present training within personal areas of expertise
- Undertake skills transfer with the project staff
- Participate in the development of establishment projects (decision-making bodies, structure, etc.)
- Assist in the identification of possibilities for increasing activities autonomy
- Set up monitoring tools and processes, and train the national team on using them
Supervise the socio-educational team:
- Manage, implement and delegate activity responsibilities and tasks
- Identify team strengths and weaknesses and make suggestions concerning its structure
- Forecast recruitment needs and participate in candidate selection
- Continually evaluate skills, training requirements and professional development intentions
- Organise information-sharing meetings
- Encourage the good cooperation within the team
Define technical undertakings and act as principal contact point:
- Undertake analysis, studies and/or research to identify future beneficiaries and their needs
- Refer to this research to propose and establish socio-educational and awareness programmes with due regard to the
context and the Mission strategy
- Develop and analyse new socio-educational activity concepts
- Monitor the regular evaluation of the programme?s pertinence and the quality of actions
- Undertake the permanent evaluation of the activities? impact on the children and the Mission Partners
- Once the mission framework has been defined, ensure each project’s guiding principles are respected
- Establish policies and processes in order to improve the team’s working methodologies
- Monitor project synergies and cohesion
- Participate in programme reporting to principal funding partners.
- Weekly, monthly, internal report.
- Identify and propose potential Technical Partners / officially represent the association with regards to
Technical Partners with validation of the Head of Mission
- Participate in technical meetings and develop relationships with Operational or Institutional Partners
Reports to the Head of Mission
Directly supervises the socio-educational team (national)
-Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Development, or other related fields
- At least 3 years previous experience in working for an NGO in a developing country, preferably in Afghanistan at
least 1 of which as a project manager or similar
- Experience in project evaluation and project monitoring
- Experience in community development and Child Protection system
- Experience in training and case management required
- Knowledge of Life Skills activities is a plus
- Experience in Family Tracing Reintegration in emergency context is an asset
- Basic experience in logistics and finance would be an asset
- Good knowledge of donor policies, reporting and funding procedures
- Knowledge of child protection, child rights and good knowledge of specialised humanitarian actors
- Good interpersonal skills, flexibility, ability to work under pressure, good team spirit
- Commitment to child protection
- Fluency in English (reporting level)
- Rational and organized
Status: Volunteer of International Solidarity (VIS)
Duration: 6 months
Location : Kabul
- Social Coverage (health, accident, disability, retirement, etc.)
- Repatriation insurance
- Paid housing by EMDH
- Expatriation Allowances: 900 Euros
- Monthly living allowance (monthly per diem 500 Euros)
- Vacation leave
- Field and headquarters briefing
- Starting Date: December
How to apply
Thanks to apply (CV + Cover letter) to the attention of Mlle Annabelle CHARPENTIER (recruitment assistant), to this
following mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Settlements Officer, UN-HABITAT Location: New York, United States Last Date: November 13, 2009
Legal Consultant – Counter Human Trafficking, International Organizaton for Migration (IOM) Location: Dili, Timor
Leste Last Date: November 13, 2009 http://188.8.131.52/jobman/publish/article_60369.shtml
Rule of Law Specialist Management Systems International Location: El Salvador
Last Date: November 22, 2009 http://184.108.40.206/jobman/publish/article_60493.shtml
OTHER PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY PROGRAM 201, Columbia University, New York
You must apply from the online form:
http://hrcolumbia.org/hrap/apply/ Posted: 10-19-09
The Human Rights Advocates Program (HRAP) at Columbia University is designed to prepare proven human rights leaders
from the Global South and marginalized communities in the U.S. to participate in national and international policy
debates on globalization by building their skills, knowledge, and contacts. The Program features a four-month
residency at Columbia University in New York City with a structured curriculum of advocacy, networking, skills-
building, and academic coursework. The four-month intensive capacity building program focuses on the following key
issue areas: a. Environmental injustice b. Labor rights violations c. Abuses by multinational corporations d.
Ramifications of resource extraction e. Public health crises f. Unsustainable development g. Intolerance,
xenophobia, and social exclusion related to globalization Special attention is given to the above issues and their
intersection with gender, race, ethnicity, sexual identity, and/or other sources of marginalization. HRAP’s current
focus has emerged in recent years as a response to the negative effects of globalization on those with the least
access to decision-making processes. Given their physical and symbolic distance from centers of power, grassroots
leaders are typically unable to lobby for equitable outcomes from global policymakers. The design of HRAP is
intended to help level the playing field for those lacking the access and relevant skills or knowledge to lobby
effectively for their causes. It is also intended to provide a forum through which accomplished
practitioners are able to teach one another about successful advocacy and advise international human rights NGOs
and activists about the most pressing concerns their communities face. The four-month intensive Program provides
advanced training, support, and networking and engagement opportunities to leaders of grassroots organizations. The
focus is not simply on strengthening the skills of individual human rights leaders but on providing the tools to
build sustainable organizations with the resources to benefit disadvantaged communities. Find out more from the
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: United Nations University (UNU) Japan, six-week UNU International Courses
Peace and Human Rights
Applications are due January 31, 2010
Some fellowships are available
United Nations University will organize the tenth regular session of its six-week UNU International Courses (UNU-
IC) at UNU Centre in Tokyo, Japan, from 10 May through 18 June 2010. The UNU-IC programme is designed for
postgraduate students and young professionals (with a college or university degree) in various occupations in Japan
and abroad who wish to pursue careers in international fields in public-service or private organizations, including
the United Nations, multinational corporations and non-governmental organizations as well as national foreign
service organizations. The courses are designed to provide analyses of global issues from both theoretical and
For more information visit: http://www.unu.edu/ic/
FELLOWSHIP: The Oâ€™Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law is seeking exceptionally qualified candidates to serve as
Oâ€™Neill Institute Fellows. Candidates should have their J.D. degree, and exceptional academic credentials,
including publication, strong research interests, and knowledge or experience in aspects of national or global
health law and ethics, such as public health, empirical studies, regulation, financing, and/or human rights.
Candidates with a health degree or significant health policy experience may be preferred. Application should be
made by letter or email, with accompanying CV, writing sample, professional references, official law school
transcript, and other graduate school transcript (if applicable).
The application deadline is February 15, 2010. Applications should be directed to the attention of The Oâ€™Neill
Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Ave, NW, Washington,
DC, 20001. Email applications can be submitted to email@example.com. For additional information,
please visit http://www.law.georgetown.edu/oneillinstitute/about/fellowships.html.
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