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Internship position at the Health Systems in Emergencies Lab (HSEL), WHO/EMRO/UHS

February 4, 2020

The HSEL has a specific focus on health system strengthening for universal health coverage adapted to fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable countries, serving the most vulnerable populations including migrants and forcibly displaced people. The HSEL is intended to be a “Lab for All” those programmes, at all three levels of WHO, and seeks innovative approaches to health system resilience, especially in the context of fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable countries.  

 

The Internship position is best suited for Master’s level students or recent...

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Applications Open: Human Trafficking Study Group

February 3, 2020

 

Human Trafficking Study Group

Spring 2020

Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

Harvard University | John F. Kennedy School of Government

Convened and Moderated by Laura Cordisco Tsai, PhD

 

 

Human trafficking is a form of interpersonal trauma that has severe immediate and long-term mental health impacts upon survivors. Experiencing human trafficking can lead to depression,...

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Scholarships | UK Human Rights Masters

January 2, 2019

New master's degree scholarships available for the MA in Understanding & Securing Human Rights at the School of Advanced Study at the University of London. 

The MA in Understanding and Securing Human Rights is the longest-running interdisciplinary, practice-orientated human rights master’s degree programme in the UK.

It was established in 1995 in collaboration with Amnesty International to provide scholarly and practical training for future human rights defenders. Located in Bloomsbury, the intellectual heart of London, it offers students easy...

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