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IHRLG EMPLOYMENT
Internship Program
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The International Human Rights Law Group offers undergraduate, legal and other graduate internships. During fall and spring, part-time internships (16 hours per week) are available. Summer internships are full-time and run for ten weeks. Although our internships are unpaid, they may be taken for academic credit depending on school policies.

We are looking for students with a demonstrated commitment to human rights and international law. Excellent writing and research skills are a must. Fluency or working knowledge of other languages would be a plus. Applicants for legal internships must have completed at least three semesters of law school.

For more information about IHRLG internship opportunities please contact info@hrlawgroup.org.

IHRLG Application Process

Deadlines are as follows: summer internships = March 31; fall internships = August 31; spring internships = December 31. Applications should include a cover letter, resume, writing samples and three letters of recommendation. Please mail or fax your application to:

International Human Rights Law Group
Internship Program
1200 18th Street, NW, Suite 602
Washington, DC 20036
Fax: (202)822-4606

IHRLG has unpaid positions available in the following program areas:
  • Country programs: Africa, Latin America, South Eastern Europe, Central and Southeast Asia
  • Initiative Against Trafficking in Persons
  • Women's Rights Advocacy Program
  • US Racial Discrimination Program
  • CERD and other UN advocacy initiatives
We also have positions in our Development Department that combine
  • Fundraising
  • Web Development (multi-lingual)
  • Communications
  • Event Planning
2002 Summer Interns
Erica Morgan
Development Department, Washington

Monica Mueller
Initiative Against Trafficking in Persons, Washington

Tina Amin
Women's Inheritance Rights Program, Washington

Susan Pologruto
Initiative Against Trafficking in Persons, Washington

Kimyia F. Varzi
Sierra Leone Program, Freetown

Leora Ward
Women's Rights Advocacy Program, Washington

Susan Pologruto
Initiative Against Trafficking in Persons, Washington

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