Advocacy Project recruits graduate student to work for human rights as Peace Fellows

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The Advocacy Project (AP) is recruiting graduate students to volunteer with AP’s community-based partners this summer (2014). This is the fellowship for those who relish a challenge and want to work on the front lines for human rights! AP has sent 240 Peace Fellows to work for human rights since 2003.

Deadline for applications: March 3, 2014.

The Work

All 2014 Fellows will be asked to perform three core tasks.

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INTERHANDS – Interoperable Regional Humanitarian Assistance and Natural Disaster Training Program Center for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance

The INTERHANDS program was established to educate local governmental, military, and private partners in understanding the latest trends in disaster prevention, mitigation, response and recovery. The program was designed to bring together all personnel actively working to shape disaster policy. The training concentrated on the development of improved methods of disaster management in a developing country setting. Presented at ECOWAS Program - Mali Conference.

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