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KHRP Accepting Applications for Fellowship Position
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 10:45

The Kurdish Human Rights Project (KHRP) is pleased to announce that it will be interviewing applicants to its International Fellowship Programme in mid-March 2010, with the successful candidate to start work in our London office in the second half of April or the beginning of May 2010.

The fellowship programme offers an excellent opportunity to selected advocates from the Kurdish regions or candidates of Kurdish origin who have a demonstrated commitment to working on human rights issues within the regions, to gain experience of involvement with international legal processes. The successful applicant will collaborate with KHRP’s Legal Team on cases before the European Court of Human Rights and on complaints to UN and other international human rights mechanisms. He or she will also contribute to KHRP’s biannual Legal Review.

The programme aims to empower local advocates to bring about lasting change in the human rights climate across the Kurdish regions through an exchange of legal and professional expertise and skills. It also promotes cultural understanding between advocates within the regions and internationally.

Applications to the fellowship programme are accepted on a rolling basis.

Click here for more information, including eligibility criteria and details of how to apply.