Enthusiastic people committed to human rights, with a willingness to interact with others, and increase their hands-on experience of social and legal issues. They should have good research, writing and communications skills, as well as showing an ability to meet tight deadlines.Eligibility Criteria/ Skills Required:
Applicants who have exhibited an interest in human rights, social and legal issues, and an eagerness to interact, learn and teach, for example by their voluntary work or activism on relevant causes.
Interns are expected to show professionalism while performing their tasks and produce a report at the end of their assignment.How to Apply?:
The Applicant is expected to send in the Application form along with a writing sample (400 words), a research sample (400 Words) and one reference (academic and/or employment).
The applicant can mail their application along with their CV either to
India Center for Human Rights and Law,
61, Janmabhoomi Marg,
Mumbai - 400001,
or email it to email@example.com
Shortlisted candidates will be informed within a fortnight. The second round of telephone interviews will take place the subsequent fortnight, and selected candidates will be notified, soon thereafter.
Selected candidates should submit their waiver forms within a period of 2 weeks of having been selected, failing to do could mean losing the placement to wait-listed applicants.
About Human Rights Law Network (HRLN)
The Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) is collective of lawyers and social activists dedicated to the use of the legal system to advance human rights, struggle against violations, and ensure access to justice for all. A non-profit, non-governmental organization, HRLN started out in 1989 as a small group of concerned lawyers and social activists from tiny premises in Bombay. Today, the Human Rights Law Network has evolved into a nationwide network of more than 200 lawyers, paralegals, and social activists spread across 26 states/union territories. Our work has directly impacted millions of people across the country and has fundamentally influenced the legal discourse on human rights in India and the sub-continent.
[HRLN is a project of the Socio-Legal Information Centre (SLIC). SLIC is a non-profit legal aid and education organization]