USHRN Human Rights Report Researcher

Job Type: 
Volunteer
Connected Issues: 
The US Human Rights Network - a national network of groups and individuals working to strengthen and grow a human rights movement in the United States  which is led by people most directly impacted - is looking for online researchers for its upcoming human rights report. 
 
This is an unpaid researcher position, but many of the past researchers have found it to be a rewarding experience and have gone on to careers in human rights. 
 
In addition, researchers will be given credit in the published version of the report and we will waive the ​registration​ ​fee for ​USHRN national​ ​conference​ ​in​ ​December, should you decide to go.
 
The research will be conducted mostly online and would begin in early-September. We will be conducting a mandatory webinar on September 8, to answer any additional questions.
 
If you are interested, we would recommend that you read pages 1-6 of the 2014 report here which gives a general overview of human rights and the work that USHRN is doing.

We are looking for researchers in the following issue areas:
  • Human Rights Implementation
  • Privacy
  • Voting Rights
  • Marriage and Family
  • Right to Life and Security of Person
  • Criminal Justice and Mass Incarceration
  • Immigration
  • Decent Work
  • Education
  • Housing
  • Reproductive Justice
  • Healthcare
  • Food, Water, and Sanitation
  • Environment and Climate Justice

If you are interested in conducting research for the report, please fill out this form and send your resume and desired issue area(s) that you are interested in to Salimah Hankins at shankins@ushrnetwork.org.