Hiring: Dictator Research Fellowship

July 30, 2017

About the Fellowship:

The Dictator Research Fellowship is a volunteer position with Freedom Forward. The goal of this volunteer research fellowship is to research U.S. elites who promote U.S. alliances with dictatorships.

U.S. elites who actively promote U.S. alliances with dictators draw from a range of sectors, including political, military, civil society, media, and private sector backgrounds. Such promoters include both Democrats and Republicans. Some even work directly on behalf of dictatorships’ interests.

Research fellows shall work together as a team under the supervision of Freedom Forward to develop profiles on prominent U.S. promoters of dictator alliances. These profiles shall be used for public campaigns that engage the U.S. public and challenge U.S. foreign policy.

Summary:  Volunteer fellowship, part-time to full-time available, 3 months term, renewable based on performance, location flexible.

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The Ghost of Hosni Mubarak.

September 14, 2011

For decades, the US-backed dictator Hosni Mubarak controlled the Egyptian people through his State of Emergency laws.  These laws enabled Mubarak to ban demonstrations, disperse political meetings, shut down media outlets, and arrest people without charges.

Mubarak may be gone, but his laws are still here.

Click here to tell Egypt’s transitional government to end the State of Emergency laws.

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Pro-reform groups to protest Mubarak in Washington DC

August 15, 2009

Peaceful Demonstration in Front of the White House
Supporting Democracy & Human Rights in Egypt

Organized by: The Alliance of Egyptian Americans, Voices for a Democratic Egypt, Houkouk  Alnas, International Quranic Center, Coptic Assembly of America,  and Ibn Khaldun Center For Development Studies

Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2009
11 am to 4 pm
Between Madison Avenue and 15th Street
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