The Dui Hua Special Programs Fellowship is an opportunity for emerging China-focused nonprofit professionals seeking to grow their skills in the human rights space. Dui Hua’s work rests on the premise that positive change is realized through constructive relationships and exchange, and the Fellows Program is an extension of that core belief.
For the duration of a six-month to one-year project, Fellows work closely with Dui Hua staff to contribute to and expand on Dui Hua’s Special Programs by working on projects in its four focus areas: political and religious prisoners, juvenile justice, women in prison, and issues in criminal justice. Using their outreach, organizational, and project management skills, Fellows increase the effectiveness of the foundation’s initiatives and grow their own understanding of human rights issues in the process.
Dui Hua’s first Special Programs Fellow was recruited in the autumn of 2020 to support the International Symposium on Girls in Conflict with the Law, which engaged participants from around the world. Twelve webinars were held during October 2020 to March 2021, and a dedicated website GirlsJustice.org was launched on March 8, 2021.
The Fellows Program provides a stipend and allows candidates to work independently within the general guidelines of a specific project. Working with the first fellow, Dui Hua is developing a project for the next fellow and will start the recruiting process in the autumn of 2021.
If you want to be notified when the next Fellowship call opens, email us at duihua (at) duihua (dot) org.
Our Current Fellow
Dui Hua’s current Fellow is Rebekah Enoch. Ms. Enoch is a nonprofit communications strategy specialist. She has a BA in International Relations with a focus on human rights and politics in China and a Master of International Law from the University of Sydney. During her Master’s work she participated in the Shanghai Winter School at East China Normal University, studying the modern Chinese legal system by tracing its role through major social epochs and the role of law in a socialist market economy. As Dui Hua’s Special Programs Fellow, she works on special projects with an emphasis on communication, messaging, and enhancing engagement.