The FXB Center and Health and Human Rights: An International Journal welcome monetary donations to assist with our various programs and initiatives. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to the FXB Center or the journal, please email Arlan Fuller. You may also make a check out to the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights and send it to:
Arlan Fuller, Executive Director
FXB Center for Health and Human Rights
Harvard School of Public Health
651 Huntington Avenue, 7th floor
Boston, MA 02115 USA
Many companies encourage charitable giving among their employees through matching gift programs. Contact your company’s Human Resources office to learn more and to determine if your employer matches contributions to the FXB Center. A matching gift from a participating employer may double or even triple your contribution.If you are a grant-making foundation or corporation interested in supporting the work of the FXB Center, please contact Arlan Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health and Human Rights: An International Journal
The Health and Human Rights blog encourages action-oriented dialogue among human rights practitioners, featuring unique commentaries by professionals writing from the field, as well as summaries, opinions, and reviews of health and human rights publications, news, and developments.
FXB Center programs and projects receive critical research support from interns and work-study students, both in the Boston office and in the field. Past student projects include exploring the use of mobile technology in data collection with the Shanu Project and the Haiti Child Protection Initiative.
Fall 2014 Internships
Please send a resume and cover letter to FXBCENTER_INFO@hsph.harvard.edu. Please indicate to which program you are applying. Applications are due by August 22, 2014.
1. Health and Human Rights Resource Guide –Website Technical Support Intern
We are seeking an intern who can assist in making the Health and Human Rights Resource Guide website more efficient and user-friendly. This is a technical position utilizing the WordPress platform. Interns will receive training from a web developer to complete the tasks; no experience necessary.
2. Realizing Roma Rights Intern
The Realizing Roma Rights intern will work on both the Roma in Europe and Roma in the US initiatives. They will assist with a literature review, edit articles and papers, and conduct data analysis.
3. Disability Project Intern
The Disability Project Intern will work with Heather Adams and Jumana Odeh, FXB Fellows. They will assist with literature review pertaining to eugenics and genocide as it relates to persons with disabilities. Knowledge of German useful but not essential. They will also assist with analysis of a community survey conducted in Palestine with mothers of children with a developmental disability or autism. Familiarity with NVIVO or a willingness to learn this application required. Knowledge of Arabic helpful but not essential. This would be a paid position. Hours and duration TBD.