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June 4, 2021

HRP Awards 2021 Post-Graduate and Summer Fellowships

The Human Rights Program is pleased to present recipients of its 2021-2022 post-graduate and 2021 summer fellowships. This year, we have awarded Satter Human Rights Fellowships to three remarkable 2021 Harvard Law School graduates: Brooke Davies JD’21, Emily Ray JD’21, and María Daniela Díaz Villamil LLM’21. Made possible by a generous gift by Muneer A. Satter JD’87, this 12-month post-graduate fellowship is designed to support and promote human rights defense in response to mass atrocity or widespread and severe patterns of rights abuse.

Two current Harvard Law School students — Amre Metwally JD’22 and Kirin Gupta — will also undertake summer internships in human rights with funding from HRP. As guidance from Harvard University evolves and the world continues to reckon with the pandemic, summer fellowships will be undertaken remotely. Learn more about our post-graduate and summer fellowship recipients below.

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January 24, 2013

Reminder: Fellowship Deadlines NEXT WEEK!

Posted by Cara Solomon

Just a friendly reminder from the people who want to see you succeed in your career (and in life, of course):

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE FEBRUARY 1 FOR SOME FAIRLY INCREDIBLE FELLOWSHIPS.

First of all, HRP’s summer fellowships are due on that day. Please note: before you submit your application, you must meet with a student advisor, as well as with Mindy, Academic Director of our program. Time is running out. Get on it.

February 1 is also the internal deadline for three amazing post-graduate fellowships—the Sheldon, the Knox, and the Kennedy, all of which support a full academic year of study or work abroad. These are highly competitive fellowships that are open to any Harvard student, so do yourself a favor and send your materials right away to Judy Murciano [email protected]

In addition to being an extremely nice person, Judy is an extraordinary resource for anyone considering the fellowship path; contact her early and often with questions and concerns.

And good luck!

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