Human Rights and Business Clinic
Call for applications
A team of 3 to 5 students from FAU will conduct a study and deliver a report in English to EDLC by the end of July (with author credit). They will also present the report and research findings to EDC’s Global NGO Coalition on steel supply chains.
Time commitment: 3-4 hours per week
About the Human Rights and Business Clinic
Students at FAU work on practice-driven projects with an external organization, supervised by doctoral researchers from the International Doctoral Programme on Business and Human Rights.
Desired student profile
FAU students from the M.A. Human Rights, Law School, and Master level students from other departments with relevant human rights expertise and a strong commitment to human rights and environmental protection.
Fluency in English is required and proficiency in Portuguese, Spanish, or German is desirable but not necessary.