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March 5, 2015
We’re particularly pleased to call your attention to the event below, not just because it’s relevant to our work, but also because one of our Visiting Fellows, Benjamin Zawacki, is a featured speaker. His remarks are entitled “A Perfect Storm: Forecasting Human Rights in Thailand.”
March 6, 2015
“Forum on Human Rights and Everyday Governance in Thailand: Past, Present and Future”
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Harvard University Asia Center
1737 Cambridge St.,
Please join the Asia Center for a day-long event featuring the following speakers: Graeme Bristol, Centre for Architecture and Human Rights; Pandit Chanrochanakit, Ramkhamhaeng University; Tyrell Haberkorn, Australian National University; Michael Herzfeld, Harvard University; Pinkaew Laungaramsri, Chiang Mai University; Duncan McCargo, Leeds University; Pitch Pongsawat, Chulalongkorn University; Yukti Mukdawijitra, Thammasat University; Benjamin Zawacki, George Washington University, as well as discussant Gazi Kapllani, Emerson College.
July 31, 2014
Posted by Mindy Roseman
The Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School is pleased to announce the establishment of the Global Justice Fellowship (GJF) with the generous support of the Planethood Foundation. The fellowship supports scholars, advocates, and practitioners with a demonstrated background in international justice and the rule of law. Of most interest are those whose work concerns ongoing human rights issues, especially those touching on egregious violations, including genocide, crimes against humanity, or war crimes.
Matthew Bugher, JD ‘09, is the inaugural Global Justice Fellow. Over the coming year, Matthew will work to combat state-sponsored violence and persecution in Myanmar and Zimbabwe. More specifically, he will contribute to the Clinic’s ongoing advocacy relating to military policy reform in Myanmar; work with partners on new initiatives to promote accountability for gross human rights violations; and support local activists in their efforts to document abuses.
Earlier in the summer, the Human Rights Program made several other fellowship awards. With the support of a Henigson Human Rights Fellowship, Maryum Jordan, J.D. ’14, will work in Peru with EarthRights International; Lindsay Henson, J.D. ’14, will work in South Africa with Lawyers Against Abuse; Sarah Wheaton, J.D. ’14, will work in Egypt with St. Andrew’s Resettlement Legal Aid Project; and Anjali Mohan, J.D. ’14, will work in Myanmar with Justice Base.
HRP also awarded two Satter Human Rights fellowships: to James Tager, J.D. ’13, who will work with the International Commission of Jurists in Thailand, and to Jason Gelbort, J.D. ’13, who will work with Public International Law & Policy Group in Myanmar.
NOTE: HRP recently re-opened the application process for one more Satter Fellowship.
July 16, 2014
Here’s some good news for recent grads committed to doing human rights work: we’re re-opening the application process for our Satter Fellowship!
The Satter Human Rights Fellowship is designed to support and promote human rights defense in response to mass atrocity or widespread and severe patterns of rights abuse.
Past fellows have worked with Amnesty International, building the evidence base and capacity for crimes against humanity and war crimes in West Africa; with Public International Law & Policy Group in Libya providing legal advice on issues related to constitution making, transitional justice and accountability, and access to justice; and with Fortify Rights International in Thailand on monitoring, advocacy, and training to protect and promote human rights in several different regions in Myanmar.
To apply for the Satter, you must have graduated from Harvard Law School within the last three years. Applications will be accepted until the fellowship is filled.
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