The Equal Rights Trust is looking for a Researcher to help us to provide research support to those working on the frontlines of the fight against discrimination.Position: Permanent; Full-time (37.5-hour work week)Salary: £26,500Location: London (hybrid working, with between 1 and 5 days a week at our East London Office)About the Equal Rights Trust
The Equal Rights Trust is pleased to announce the launch two new Equality Law Fellowships. Our Fellowships are designed to support individuals interested in increasing their knowledge and experience in the field of equality law, while supporting us in developing and delivering our strategy to advance equality through law. Each Fellowship will consist of:
* Please note the deadline for submissions has been extended to 5 March 2023 *The Equal Rights Trust is an independent non-governmental organisation which works in partnership to advance equality through the law. We are seeking a Research Fellow to join us on a part-time basis to participate in an exciting regional research project on the links between land corruption and discrimination.
Our third Goal provides the essential link between Goals 1 and 2, by building a vibrant internation­al network of equality defenders to exchange information and share expertise. We will achieve this through building on our work over the last 10 years to support the development of equality coalitions at the national level, establishing an international network for all those committed to creating an equal world through law. Outcome 3.1: A growing international community of equality defenders 
Increasing the expertise and capacity of equality defenders to secure the adoption and implementation of equality laws is at the heart of our strategy.
If the true potential of equality law to create an equal world is to be realised, there is a need for greater understanding of the rights to equality and non-discrimination.
Last month, the Equal Rights Trust completed its final factfinding mission as part of its work promoting the implementation of three UN conventions and seven core International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions in nine countries around the world.
Today, the Equal Rights Trust in partnership with Mizan for Law publish Shouting Through the Walls: Discriminatory Torture and Ill-Treatment, Case Studies from Jordan, a report which seeks to fill a vital gap in the under-explored relationship between discrimination and torture and ill-treatment and exposes shocking findings on the treatment of two marginalised groups in Jordan.
Since 2010, the Equal Rights Trust has supported the Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) Network, the only platform of its kind that provides an essential means for journalists to report safely and effectively on hate speech, discrimination and violations of freedom of expression in Sudan and South Sudan. During this time, the Trust has helped the network to develop from an informal group of a few like-minded journ