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Fellowships in Human Rights

Applications for Visiting Fellowships in Human Rights at the Human Rights Consortium are currently closed.

The Human Rights Consortium operates a Visiting Fellowship in Human Rights which enables scholars working in the field of human rights to undertake research at the Human Rights Consortium.  Both stipendiary and non-stipendiary Visiting Fellows have access to shared study space and other resources and receive temporary membership for Senate House Library. Further details are on the Visiting Fellowship pages.

Under the auspices of this scheme the HRC has hosted a number of Fellows, details of whose visits you can see here. Visiting Fellows have in the past greatly enriched the intellectual life of the HRC by convening seminar series, speaking at conferences and contributing to in-house publications. Visiting Fellows benefit from being able to conduct their work and complete project in the centre of London in a stimulating and supportive academic environment.

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