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Announcements : Human Rights Education Associates Fellowship Opportunitites
Announcement: Human Rights Education Associates Fellowship Opportunitites


Human Rights Education Associates (HREA)has two fellowship opportunities in 2014 within its Children's Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection Program and its Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Program. The fellows will support and strengthen two of HREA's core thematic focus areas. This will involve developing and implementing educational programming in Portuguese. Applications due Friday, November 15, 2013.

Human Rights Education Associates (HREA)

HREA is pleased to announce two fellowship opportunities in 2014 within its Children's Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection Program and its Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Program. The fellows will support and strengthen two of HREA's core thematic focus areas. This will involve developing and implementing educational programming in Portuguese.

Fellow in Children's Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection (Portuguese-speaking)

Position title: Fellow in Children's Rights, Child Development, Participation and Protection (Portuguese-speaking)
Reports to: Head of Research, Evaluation and Policy Development Department
Time frame: February-August 2014 (of which three months based in Cambridge/Boston)

Responsibilities:
The Fellow will:
• conduct research on children's rights to support existing and future programming;
• identify education and training resources in Portuguese;
• teach and co-teach e-learning courses in Portuguese and English;
• contribute to the development and facilitation of face-to-face training workshops;
• contribute to the development and facilitation of HREA's Community of Practice on children's rights.

Qualifications:
• expertise in children's rights and child rights programming;
• a minimum of five years' relevant programmatic and/or teaching and training experience;
• experience with online instruction is desired but not required;
• native speaker of Portuguese;
• excellent command of English.

HREA offers:
• a stipend for basic living expenses during the fellow's three-month stay in Massachusetts (USA), if coming from out-of-
  state/abroad;
• a monthly honorarium;
• three months at HREA's headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA);
• the opportunity to actively engage with, learn from, and increase the skills and knowledge of children's rights practitioners,
  educators and human rights defenders from across the globe;
• the opportunity to further develop research, teaching, and facilitation skills.

Applicants are asked to send a CV and cover letter motivating their candidacy to: 2014-hre-fellowships@hrea.org. For inquiries, please contact Kathryn Vandever, Head of Research, Evaluation and Policy Development Department, tel.: +1 617 301-4327.
The application deadline for this fellowship is Friday, November 15, 2013.

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Fellow in Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment (Portuguese-speaking)

Position title: Fellow in Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment (Portuguese-speaking)
Reports to: Head of Research, Evaluation and Policy Development Department
Time frame: January-July 2014 (of which three months based in Cambridge/Boston)

Responsibilities:
The Fellow will:
• conduct research on gender equality and women's empowerment to support existing and future programming;
• identify education and training resources in Portuguese;
• teach and co-teach e-learning courses in Portuguese and English;
• contribute to the development and facilitation of face-to-face training workshops;
• contribute to the development and facilitation of HREA's Community of Practice on gender equality.

Qualifications:
• expertise in gender equality and gender mainstreaming and women's empowerment programming;
• a minimum of five years' relevant programmatic and/or teaching and training experience;
• experience with online instruction is desired but not required;
• native speaker of Portuguese;
• excellent command of English.

HREA offers:
• a stipend for basic living expenses during the fellow's three-month stay in Massachusetts (USA), if coming from out-of-
  state/abroad;
• a monthly honorarium;
• three months at HREA's headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA);
• the opportunity to actively engage with, learn from, and increase the skills and knowledge of gender equality advocates,
  educators and human rights defenders from across the globe;
• the opportunity to further develop research, teaching, and facilitation skills.

Applicants are asked to send a CV and cover letter motivating their candidacy to: 2014-hre-fellowships@hrea.org. For inquiries, please contact Kathryn Vandever, Head of Research, Evaluation and Policy Development Department, tel.: +1 617 301-4327.

The application deadline for this fellowship is Friday, November 15, 2013.