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22 Février 2016 Il y a 7 ans

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PILNET are pleased to announce that we are now inviting applications for the 2016 – 2017 PILnet International Fellowship. The PILnet Fellowship, now in its nineteenth year, targets future leaders in various fields of public interest law. PILnet will select lawyers from across the globe for eight months of study and practical experience in New York City.

About the Fellowship

 PILnet Fellows will reside in New York from August 2016 to April 2017, during which time they will develop a project designed to advance human rights and social justice in their home countries. The Fellowship begins with a semester of study at Columbia University School of Law and a series of professional development trainings. In the spring, the PILnet Fellows will participate in study visits to various cities in the U.S. and Europe, as well as other practical training opportunities in collaboration with US-based public interest law organizations. Fellows return to their home countries after the Fellowship with the aim of implementing the project they developed during the program.

PILnet will select lawyers from: Brazil, Cambodia, China, Colombia, Egypt, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Laos, Lebanon, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Nigeria, Palestine, the Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Syria, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia and Vietnam.

What is included in the Fellowship ?

 PILnet will cover the cost of a round-trip coach airfare to the U.S., housing in New York, a monthly stipend and emergency insurance. Selected candidates for the Fellowship are required to sign an agreement to the terms of the program, stating that they will complete it in full.

Critères d'éligibilité

  • The candidate should demonstrate leadership potential within the field of public interest law or human rights in his/her country
  • The candidate should have a strong relationship with their nominating organization and have worked there for a minimum of two years
  • The candidate should be able to effectively communicate in English
  • The nominating organization should have a strong track record for promoting public interest advocacy
  • The proposed public interest project should have the potential to promote public interest law and human rights in the candidate’s home country

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