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PROGRAMA
Nombre Carr Center for Human Rights Policy Fellowship Program
Tipo financiación
Institución organizadora
Harvard University. Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Estados Unidos de América
Frecuencia Anual
Nivel ??postgraduate
Fecha de inicio 01/06/2016
Fecha de finalización 31/08/2016
Objetivos At the Center, fellows will have an opportunity to advance their own professional development by completing works in progress, bridging into new fields or disciplines, and interacting with a community of leading human rights scholars.

Scholars will be expected to be in residence at the Center throughout the fellowship period, and have no other significant professional commitments during this time. Over the course of the fellowship period, each fellow will be expected to complete a research project and produce a significant written work. Fellows are expected to be active participants in a fellows colloquium program, providing feedback to colleagues on their research-in-progress. Fellows may also be asked to serve as guest lecturers in classes, give presentations, and attend Center events. In addition, the Fellowship Program Director may arrange for participation in other collaborative activities.
Áreas de especialización derechos humanos
Público objectivo Docentes
Estudiantes universitarios
Minorías
Mujeres
Idioma English
País Estados Unidos de América
Ciudad Cambridge, MA
28/03/2016
Procedimiento para la inscripción Each applicant should submit in hard copy:

Curriculum vitae.


A 3- to 5- page double-spaced statement that outlines a major research project to be completed during the fellowship and describes its relevance to the Carr research agenda. Statements for the Tueni Fellowship should outline a project that relates directly to human rights in the Middle East. While the Center welcomes project proposals on any human rights-related topic for the Carr Center general fellowship, we have a particular interest in proposals on topics related to ongoing research at the Center including: the cusp between victims and actors (such as children in armed conflict, terrorism, and trafficking), the use of force and human rights, genocide prevention, national security and human rights, and measurement of human rights. The statement should explain how the project will add to the body of knowledge about human rights policy, outline your qualifications to complete this research, and describe the methods you will use to carry out the project. Please put your name on each page of the statement, entitle it “Academic/Scholar Fellowship Application Statement.”
Requisitos de admisión All human rights scholars and academics are eligible to apply. Because we seek to draw applicants with a diversity of professional and academic experience, the Center will use no single criteria to measure eligibility. We do expect that successful scholar/ academic applicants will have completed a Ph.D., J.D. or equivalent degree.

The Carr Center encourages applications from women, minorities, and citizens of all countries. Fellows must be able to read, write and speak English fluently.
Becas The Center’s Academic/Scholar fellowship program is non-stipendiary. Non-stipendiary fellows are provided with office space, computers with LAN and Internet connections, and access to Harvard University libraries and other facilities. Unfortunately, the Center cannot assist in efforts to secure outside funding, therefore we strongly encourage 2008-2009 applicants who will require funding to conduct a search for funding to support a fellowship at the Center simultaneously with the application process.
Página de Inicio http://www.hks.harvard.edu/cchrp/opportunities/fellowsprogram/fellowsprogram.php

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