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AHA Foundation’s campus program, the Critical Thinking Fellowship, is now accepting applications for undergraduate or graduate student fellows to act as campus leaders across all U.S. universities.
AHA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that advocates for liberty for all by championing human rights and individual liberties above cultural, social or religious imperatives. Established by Ayaan Hirsi Ali to put the ideas she writes about into practice, AHA works to protect women from honor violence, forced marriage and genital mutilation. Our programs also push for freedom of speech on campuses and in public debate, and amplify the voices of Muslim reformers.
The Critical Thinking Fellowship extends AHA’s work directly to college and university campuses. Fellows will be expected to plan and execute a minimum of one event per semester, such as a debate, panel, interview, or webinar, that facilitates thought and discussion on their respective campus with support from the AHA Foundation/Ideas Beyond Borders team. Specific event topics include human rights abuses like female genital mutilation and child marriage/forced marriage, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, freedom of speech, and more. Each fellow will also be expected to participate in a monthly video meeting with program leadership to hear from past speakers, journalists, and activists, and discuss upcoming events, existing hurdles, and progress made.
Applicants MUST be currently pursuing a degree at a university in the U.S. Ideal fellows will be members of one or more student organizations, be highly organized, and have a passion for human rights and liberty for all.