Each year the Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) offers UoN students from Law, Social Sciences and the Humanities the opportunity to get involved in the projects and events of the Centre throughout the academic year. These positions provide students with an opportunity to work, on a voluntary basis, in a world renowned academic human rights centre, gaining valuable experience to complement their studies.
This year, postgraduate and final year undergraduate students can apply to be involved in following HRLC projects:
- National Implementing Legislation Database (NILD) and Cooperation and Judicial Assistance Database (CJAD) (law students only)
- Annual Student Human Rights Conference
- Human Rights Film Series
- International Human Rights Reports Assistant (law students only)
- Research and Editorial Assistantship (law students only)
- Scholars at Risk – Student Advocacy Seminar
- Mental Disability Law and Compliance with the UN CRPD
Complete details of the current opportunities and information on the application process can be found on the Student Activities Unit webpage.
We will also be outlining these and other opportunities during the LLM Induction Session, Introduction to the Human Rights Law Centre, on Wednesday 27 September between 5-6pm, B55 Law and Social Sciences Building. This will also give interested students an opportunity to ask any questions regarding the positions.
Please note that the deadline for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 11 October 2017.
Posted on Wednesday 27th September 2017