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HREA launches Human Rights Education Fellowships Program

HREA Human Rights Education FellowshipsCambridge, 13 September 2013 -- HREA today announced the creation of a Human Rights Education Fellowships Program. Fellows will have the opportunity to further develop research, teaching, and facilitation skills and will be based for three months at HREA's office in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA).

2014 Human Rights Education Fellowships

HREA is pleased to announce two fellowship opportunities in 2014 within its Children's Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection Program and its Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Program. The fellows will support and strengthen two of HREA's core thematic focus areas. This will involve developing and implementing educational programming in Portuguese.

Fellow in Children's Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection (Portuguese-speaking)

Fellow in Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment (Portuguese-speaking)

The deadline for application is Friday, 15 November 2013.

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About HREA

Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) is an international non-governmental organisation registered as a charity in the Netherlands and a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit in the United States and has consultative status with the United Nations. HREA is one of the leading organisations worldwide dedicated to education and training in and for human rights. Each year HREA trains thousands of development and humanitarian workers, educators, human rights defenders, staff of (inter)governmental agencies, law enforcement, legal and media professionals around the world.

 

  

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