Human Rights in China (HRIC) is pleased to host the Robert L. Bernstein Fellowship in International Human Rights. The fellowship enables an NYU Law School graduate to devote a year to full-time human rights work at HRIC. It was established in honor of Mr. Bernstein, Director and Chair Emeritus of HRIC and Founding Chair and Director Emeritus of Human Rights Watch, who has made lifelong contributions to human rights in China and around the world.
HRIC is a Chinese non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in March 1989 by overseas Chinese students and scientists. We actively engage in case and policy advocacy, media and press work, and capacity building. Through our original publications and extensive translation work, HRIC provides bridges and uncensored platforms for diverse Chinese voices.
The Robert L. Bernstein Fellow will work full-time for one year at HRIC’s office in New York. The Fellow will work closely with HRIC lawyers and advocacy staff and contribute to HRIC’s interrelated advocacy, casework, research, and outreach. Projects may include preparing specific policy, case, and legal briefs and submissions to human rights mechanisms at the UN as well as contributions to other bilateral and multilateral fora; contributing to media and online advocacy work; and conducting research for and drafting publications and reports on current issues and legal developments relevant to human rights in China.
Salary and Benefits
The salary for the 2019-2020 Fellow is $50,000, plus benefits.
Applications are due by October 22, 2018, and must include the following:
Please send a complete application for the 2019–2020 fellowship, including transcripts and recommendations, by October 22, 2018, to email@example.com, or the below address:
Human Rights in China
Attention: Fellowship Committee
110 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Qualified applicants will be interviewed in New York in the fall of 2018, and start dates for the fellowship will be the end of August/early September 2019. Please direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Rights in China is an equal opportunity employer.