The Copenhagen Fellowship
The Humanity in Action journey begins with a year-long Fellowship - an intense period in the summer, virtual and in-person, and an ongoing virtual training program throughout fall and winter - and it continues beyond...
Recent Fellowship Speakers
Dr. Claudia Ituarte-Lima
Leader of the Human Rights and Environment Thematic Area & Senior Researcher at Raoul Wallenberg Inst. Human Rights & Humanitarian Law
Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen
Professor of Climate Physics at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen and Member of UN's Climate Panel (IPCC)
Feminist Activist and Gender Policy Consultant
Mød vores Senior Fellows
Efter at have gennemført Sommerakademiet fortsætter vores Fellows ud i verden - og forandrer den
Under Huden (Under the Skin) - A podcast about Inuit tattoos, spiritism and women's power
Senior Fellows Emilie Helene Holm and Mahela Nilsson created this podcast about Inuit tattoos, spiritism and women's power, with tattoo artist, researcher and storyteller Maya Sialuk Jacobsen
The personal is political: Active Citizenship Workshop
Senior Fellow Eiko Oguchi aimed, with this project, to encourage high school students in Japan to become active citizens in their community through a 5-day online workshop.
ARTIVISM - on the use of Art as a social transformation tool
Inspired by the collective actions of Youth Peace Ambassadors Network, Maciej Rotowski of the 2019 Warsaw Fellowship organized a 5 day-long training on artivism in Spain. Together with YPAN he brought together artists and activists and equipped them with necessary tools to advance peace and human rights.
Alumni of the Copenhagen Fellowship
Our Fellowship Supporters in 2020
We thank our supporters and partners, host families, Senior Fellows and friends of Humanity in Action. These contributions help to prepare outstanding students for a lifelong commitment to civic responsibility and the promotion of human rights.
Become a Fellow
Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people resist intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
150 Fellows per year