Internship Opportunity: Quill Foundation’s International Advocacy Programme [June-July, Delhi]: Apply by March 31

Quill Foundation is now accepting internship applications for its International Advocacy programme. We seek enthusiastic people committed to human rights, with the willingness to interact with others, and a desire to increase their hands-on experience of social and legal issues. The internship will require researching and writing reports on international legal instruments, and working on campaigns.

About the organisation

Quill Foundation is an autonomous institution engaging in research and advocacy in India. Quill’s core work revolves around pertinent issues of human rights, justice, and equity, faced by the underprivileged sections of the people of India, especially Adivasis, Dalits, Muslims, women, sexual minorities and differently-abled persons.

Presently, the Delhi based Law and Human Rights Cell (LHRC), under Quill, seeks to examine the many ways in which legal and judicial processes form the context of everyday injustices. And how the interface between law and the social world, constitutes citizens differently in terms of access to rights and justice.

The underlying philosophy is the preamble and the fundamental rights of the constitution of India.

Duration: 2 months (June-July, 2018)

Work hours: 11am to 6pm

Stipend: Unfortunately, we are not able to provide a stipend for this internship position.

Who can apply: 3rd, 4th and 5th year law students who have studied international law extensively. Students studying International Relations at the postgraduate level will also be eligible to apply.

Vacancies: 2

How to apply: Applicants are required to send their CV and cover letter explaining their suitability for this internship position to by 31st March, 2018. The subject shall be “Application for International Advocacy programme”.

Please visit the official website and this Facebook page for more details about the organisation.


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This post was first published on: 27 Feb 2018

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