There are a variety of ways to become involved in the Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program, from making a donation to volunteering as an On-call Scientist. If you have questions please feel free to contact us.
Ways to Get Involved with the Program
Donations in support of Program activities can be made to either our human rights activities or ethics and law activities. Your support of the Program's work is greatly appreciated. Learn more.
The Program offers paid internships for undergraduates, graduate students, and post-docs during the spring, summer and fall terms. Learn more.
The Coalition is a network of scientific and engineering membership organizations that recognize a role for scientists and engineers in human rights. Individual scientists, engineers and health professionals are also welcome to join the Coalition, to support the Coalition's objectives and/or to explore the relevance of human rights to their scientific disciplines. Learn more.
This project connects scientists, engineers, and health professionals interested in volunteering their skills and knowledge with human rights organizations that are in need of technical expertise. Learn more.
- Science and Human Rights - recieve our monthly newsletter, Science and Human Rights Report, and related Program announcements
- Professional Ethics Report - recieve our quarterly publication, Professional Ethics Report, and related Program announcements
Subscribe by checking the 'Science and Human Rights Report' box or the 'Professional Ethics Report' box in the bottom left side of the Update Your Email Preferences page in the 'Additional Newsletters from AAAS' section.