Human Rights Law Network has recently established a new division called the ‘Centre for Constitutional Rights, India’, which will offer human rights law education in collaboration with Indian and international universities.
The Centre aims to deepen the practice of using public interest litigation to augment the quest for human rights and to create a research and practice driven knowledge base to further the cause of global human rights litigation.
CCRI would fulfill four purposes, two domestic and two international:
The Centre is seeking to recruit a director. Persons applying must have a background in human rights law education, as well as, a pro-social activist orientation.
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Interested candidates can send their cover letter, resumé and statement of purpose to [email protected].
For more information on CCRI, click here.