Our 2011 Oak Fellow will work to promote human rights threatened by poverty. Such
rights include but are not limited to: the right to work in safe conditions and earn an adequate and stable income; access to basic food and shelter; freedom from forced evictions; access to adequate health care and medical attention; access to basic services and infrastructure; the right to a healthy and safe living environment,
including access to clean drinking water; access to education; freedom from discrimination based on class or income.
The 2011 fellowship will offer a semester in residence at Colby, giving respite from front-line human rights work, a $32,000 stipend, plus medical insurance, transportation, housing and utilities.
Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!