RA Position for Mental Health and Reproductive Rights in International Law (Spanish Required)

The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation is seeking a research assistant
to help analyze the role of mental health and reproductive rights in international law.  In particular, the analysis will focus on national and international law related to countries in Central and South America.  All applicants should therefore have sufficient Spanish fluency to be comfortable reading and analyzing legal documents written in Spanish. This position is paid and will likely last until the end of the spring semester.  Work/study eligibility is not a requirement.  Applicants should provide a brief statement of language skills, interest, and background, if any, in international law, human rights, or reproductive rights.  If interested, please apply by email to Katie Garfield at

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