Research Fellow - Antisemitism and International Affairs

Human Rights Voices | New York City, NY, United States

Posted Date 7/28/2022
A small non-profit organization dedicated to combating antisemitism and the anti-Israel agenda at the United Nations is seeking applications from qualified candidates to fill a position as a research fellow. Qualified candidates may have a variety of backgrounds: (a) a law degree (a junior lawyer or recent law graduate), (b) a graduate degree in international relations, or (c) experience in the field of international law/relations or international human rights law/policy. The job combines advocacy work/social media outreach, project development, fundraising and administrative duties, with substantive research including monitoring United Nations activities in the context of Israel, terrorism, non-proliferation, and human rights. Candidates should have excellent writing skills, be detail-oriented, flexible, and willing to do whatever is required in a small-team environment.  The position is predominantly remote, with attendance at select UN meetings in New York. Ability to thrive in non-office environment is a necessity. If a non-US citizen, a current green card or visa permitting work in the United States is a must. Salary commensurate with experience. Please do not apply through jewishjobsweekly, instead email a RESUME and TRANSCRIPT with your cover letter to [email protected]
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Associate | Community/Govt. Relations | Legal | Research
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