Human Rights Consortium Fellowships

Each year, applications are invited for Visiting Fellowships in Human Rights, hosted by the Human Rights Consortium at the School of Advanced Study, University of London.

Visiting Fellowships in Human Rights are granted for a period ranging from one to four months. Fellows are expected to help develop the activities of the Human Rights Consortium at the School by presenting at a conference or seminar or contributing to a publication, and to pursue their own research. Office space, access to computing and printing facilities and a library card are provided.

An honorarium £2,000 is offered to one Visiting Fellow in Human Rights.

Non-stipendiary fellowships may also be offered, subject to space availability. Prospective applicants are encouraged to apply at least six months before their proposed visit.

Fellows are usually junior or senior researchers, though applications from those with relevant experience in Human Rights will be considered. Doctoral students are not normally eligible to apply for Visiting Fellowships.

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