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Learn more: Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity Fellowship Program

Hope everyone's summer is off to a great start!

Please check out the details linked below re: Howard University School of Law and the Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice's Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity Fellowship Program.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until July 15, 2022, or until a candidate has been selected. Application details linked below. 

This is a great opportunity to work at the direction of the supervising IIPSJ and HUSL personnel and in consultation with Wikimedia Foundation legal and public policy staff. The principal responsibilities of the WRKE Fellow will include:

● Producing and publishing white papers, scholarly essays, blog posts, and op-eds which explore analyses and issues pertinent to the thematic scope of the Fellowship, and recruiting other authors to produce and publish similar works;

● Organizing independent and collaborative educational programming and events, including panel discussions, conferences, and professional and community education webinars, in conjunction with HUSL and IIPSJ staff, and other civil society policy and social activist organizations;

● Supervising student research interns and/or externs in support of the Fellowship’s research objectives;

● Participating in pedagogical and extracurricular activities organized and/or supported by HUSL and IIPSJ, including guest lecturing in the HUSL IP curriculum and supervising a HUSL IPSA/IIPSJ collaborative program;

● Meeting regularly with IIPSJ and Wikimedia staff and submitting quarterly written project progress report updates.

Fellowship Details
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