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  • The Stanford Human Rights Center (‘the Center’) offers two (2) Human Rights Fellowships for graduating Stanford Law School students or recent graduates who have demonstrated a strong commitment to international human rights and have an interest in field work in a developing country or experience in supranational human rights bodies whose work focuses on the developing world.  The fellowships will provide recent graduates with experience essential to developing a career in human rights work. The fellowships are not intended to fund research at academic or similar institutions, but instead to promote engaged practice with a human rights non-governmental organization (NGO) in a developing country or with a supranational human rights body, wherever located, whose work focuses in significant degree on the developing world.

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