The Hertog Foundation is an educational philanthropy whose mission is to bring the very best ideas in defense of Western Civilization to a generation of intellectual and political leaders. The Foundation believes the best way to accomplish this end is through the serious study of the enduring questions, principles, and texts of Western and American traditions.
You may apply for one of the programs yourself or nominate a friend or colleague who could benefit from one of the programs. Visit their website to find out more about specific programs.
Amnesty International USA is offering a one year paid Young Leaders Fellowship that aims to develop the next generation of human rights leaders and build capacity for membership growth. Fellows will channel their commitment to human rights and social justice, and their unique skill-sets into building a diverse and powerful Amnesty International USA youth membership. Find out more here
The Yale World Fellows brings together rising stars from across disciplines and borders for an intense and unpredictable mash-up of ideas, world views and experiences. It is described as a learning lab for the brightest and most creative minds working on the big issues of our time.
Fellows are mid-career thinkers and doers on a clear trajectory of success. They're dynamic, creative practitioners who have already been recognized for their work and would benefit from time at Yale to explore critical global issues and cross-disciplinary studies, sharpen leadership skills and build relationships with other emerging leaders.
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Human Rights Watch is offering fellowships for recent graduates of law schools or graduate programs in Journalism, International Relations, area studies or other relevant disciplines from universities worldwide.
Fellows typically work full time in Human Rights Watch's New York or Washington D.C office or in some instances in another location. Fellows monitor human rights developments in various countries, conduct on-site investigations, draft reports on human rights conditions, and engage in advocacy and media outreach aimed at publicizing and curtailing human rights violations.
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If you belong to a diverse group through your race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, the Guardian invites you to apply for a place on a diversity writers' pitching seminar with editors from the Guardian US Business, Comment, Feature, and Sustainable Business Sections.
You are already a writer, so why not get trained and possibly publish with the Guardian. If you are a diversity writer, you certainly want to scream louder and more eloquently.