Each year, the Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights awards selected NYU students with up to $5,000 to pursue extended projects and internships with human rights organizations. Over the summer of 2021, twelve fellows interned with domestic and international organizations to gain meaningful experience in the human rights field. Join us at the Global Fellowship in Human Rights Symposium to hear each student share their experiences and present the results of their incredible work.
Presenting fellows: Allison Argueta (Gallatin, BA), Diya Moushahwar (Gallatin, BA) Graciela Blandon (Gallatin, BA), Lucas McKinnon (College of Global Public Health, MPH) Tabara Sy (College of Arts & Sciences, BA), A.O. (Abu Dhabi, BA), Ian Partman (Liberal Studies, BA), Mahima Sharda (Wagner, MPA), Matthew Solomon (Gallatin, MA), Alicja Borzyszkowska (Abu Dhabi, BA), Leonard Zhu (College of Arts & Sciences, BA), Madeline Cohodes (Gallatin and College of Global Public Health, BA and MPH)
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