What we look for in our partners' projects
We look for new partners with projects that are, impactful, diverse, challenging and deliverable.
Projects that can make a difference to people’s lives. In order to achieve that, it’s important to find partners willing to engage in the process and use the research in their future plans, advocacy and campaigns.
Both in terms of geographical focus and human rights topic.
We want to have at least one project about the UK, and at least one project that emerges from the Global South, meaning with a national or local partner based in the Global South (particularly Latin America and Africa).
Human rights topics
We want to make sure we cover women’s rights, socio-economic rights (ESCR), and IHL/ICL/Refugee Law with at least one project for each, but we are interested in any human rights area, broadly defined.
It should be more than mere data gathering. It should include a heavy dose of analysis and critique. It does not need to be a Law project, but it can be. Often projects include elements of History, Policy Analysis and Comparative Politics.
To be delivered by a group of four talented PG students working 8-10 hours per week over 7 months with support from an experienced member of staff.