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Fully funded: Oxford offers Post-doctoral Fellowship in Human Rights Law and Practice

The Bonavero Institute Post-doctoral Fellowship in Human Rights Law and Practice, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights is hosting a two year position for a candidate who will report to Professor Catherine O’Regan, Director of the Bonavero Institute. This multicultural environment offers candidates the opportunity to work directly with individuals and organisations affected by human rights violations.

Eligible applicants for this role within the Oak Foundation will demonstrate ability to conduct research and identify competencies in rights-based approaches, gender equality and related issues. Candidates are expected to work closely with funded organisations, publish comprehensive reports and presentations of their work, and develop new avenues of enquiry. Qualified applicants will have obtained doctorate in Law with specialisation in Human Rights field, express superior research skills, and familiarity with academic literature, policy briefs, and related data.

Application deadline is 21 June 2019 with personal interviews completed by 8 July 2019. Preferred start of this position is the beginning of the next academic year.

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