Reebok's Human Rights Board of Advisers is conducting a search for human rights activists to receive the organization's support, totaling $100,000. Candidates must be under 30 years old; not advocate violence or belong to an organization that advocates violence; and must be working on an issue that relates to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. National candidates must live permanently in the United States and be working on domestic human rights issues. International nominees must be working on international human rights issues and not be U.S. citizens. Nomination forms, which will be accepted through June 28, can be obtained by writing Nasser Ega-Musa, director of human rights projects, Reebok International Limited, 100 Technology Center Drive, Stoughton, Mass., 02072 or by calling (617) 341-5000.