Centre for Human Rights Multiculturalism and Migration (CHRM2) Fellowship Program 2020

Centre for Human Rights Multiculturalism and Migration (CHRM2) Fellowship Program 2020

Deadline: Rolling Basis

Applications are open for the CHRM2 Fellowship Program 2020. The Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) is a research centre established in 2016 with the ultimate aim to develop multidisciplinary studies at the University of Jember.

The establishment of CHRM2 is part of the University of Jember’s strategic Centres within Southeast Asia to promote research and collaboration in the specialized areas of human rights with cognate disciplines. The vision is to boost the strength of the University of Jember to become a leading, global university centred in Southeast Asia.

Through rigorous research and collaboration, their center attempts to transform the way we think of acquiring knowledge in this rapidly globalizing world; a knowledge that meets the ideals of justice and the standards of human rights. In order to succeed in this vision and and missions, they conduct an annual international conference by inviting world-renowned professors, practitioners, and policymakers. In addition, they also publish scholarly articles in the Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights (JSEAHR).

Role as a Volunteer or Intern

  • Potential Positions
    • Language or Content Editor for JSEAHR
    • English teacher at the University of Jember
    • Graphic Designer
    • Public Relations
    • Outreach Coordinator
    • Field Researcher
    • Research Assistant
  • Expectations for Interns and Volunteers
    • Commitment
    • Leadership
    • Initiative
    • Flexibility


  • Rewarding work experience
  • Free accommodation
  • Aid in arranging visa
  • Monthly living stipend
  • City bicycle for local transportation
  • Cultural experiences (weekend trips around East Java, Indonesia)

Not included:

  • International Flights
  • Visa costs


  • Applicants should have an undergraduate or master’s degree (or work equivalent)
  • Academic or work history demonstrating interest in human rights, multiculturalism, and/or migration
  • Must be a native English speaker
  • Indonesian language is not required but is a plus (opportunities for language classes at the University of Jember)


The following documents are required:

  • CV or Resume
  • Short Personal Statement (written in English)
    • Maximum 500 words
    • Should reflect your desire to work at CHRM2 and your position interest
  • Additional materials may be submitted but not required

Please submit your completed application or any questions to the CHRM2 email via [email protected] Application subject line should be “Get Involved_ Applicant’s Name”

For more information, visit CHRM2 Fellowship.