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Cover Artist - 2020 Annual Report

The Global Justice Center (GJC) is seeking an artist to design the cover for our 2020 Annual Report! 

GJC is a group of creative feminists using the power of international law to advance gender equality and human rights. We combine innovative legal analysis, strategic advocacy, and collaborative partnerships—utilizing the law as a catalyst for dismantling discriminatory and patriarchal structures around the world. Our 2020 Annual Report is a chance to highlight a new and emerging artist’s work, and uplift a wide array of voices from the international human rights community. 

We are seeking a creative individual to bring their feminist perspective and passion for justice to our global network of activists, advocates, policymakers, and supporters. Our organization is often described as bold, principled, and tenacious, and we hope this year’s cover will reflect the same descriptors. The following prompts are only suggestions as the artist will have real creative freedom with this project: What does international feminist solidarity look like to you? As a global feminist community, how do we stay connected through hardship and utilize our collective power to find strength in times of crisis?

We will be providing a stipend for the cover artist’s work.

Please contact Sophie Fiore at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to express your interest no later than April 28, 2021. The anticipated publication date for our 2020 Annual Report is May 24, 2021.

Summer Legal Internship

The Global Justice Center (GJC), an international law focused human rights organization, is seeking summer legal interns.

Global Justice Center law interns will be involved in current projects as well as have the opportunity to develop their own areas of research as it fits within the mission of the organization. Interns often work closely with the organization's President, Akila Radhakrishnan, and are supervised by GJC's Deputy Legal Director. In working closely with GJC leadership and staff (as well as with our in-country partners) the intern will learn directly from experts in the field.

  • Enrolled law student or recent law school graduate.
  • Interest in and knowledge of women's rights, international relations, law, public policy, transitional justice, or nation-building preferred.
  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Languages, particularly knowledge of Arabic, a plus.
  • Ability to work independently.

To apply send a current resume, a cover letter, writing sample, and list of three references to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Only applicants who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.

All documents should be sent in PDF format and should be labeled in the following format: last name, type of document (Jones Resume.pdf, Jones Cover Letter.pdf, Jones Writing Sample.pdf) Please note: only complete applications will be considered.