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Jobs and Internships

Human Rights in China (HRIC) is a leading Chinese human rights NGO with offices in New York and Hong Kong.

Candidates for all positions must be committed to HRIC's mission and interested in working at a collaborative, fast-paced, bilingual organization committed to upholding the highest professional and public-interest standards.

Currently available staff positions and information on internship opportunities are listed below. Please direct general inquiries to

HRIC is an equal opportunity employer.


Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship in International Human Rights (New York)
A fellowship for graduates of NYU Law School to devote a year to full-time human rights work. The Fellow will work closely with HRIC lawyers and advocacy staff and contribute to HRIC’s interrelated advocacy, casework, research, and outreach.


HRIC Internships (New York)
HRIC's internships offer direct, in-depth exposure to the workings of an international human rights organization, an introduction to domestic and international advocacy work, and participation in HRIC's projects, research and briefings. Interns are an integral part of the culture and work of our organization.

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