Special internship and fellowship programs have been designed for national and international university students and scholars on human rights, transitional justice, peace audit, women peace and security and forced migration. In the past, INHURED has supervised interns and fellows from the University of Cincinnati School of Law, Harvard Law School, Ministry of External Affairs and International Trade (Canada) Human Rights Internet, Canada. Short-term fellowship has also been arranged for students from Nepal, Denmark, Sweden, United States of America, Brazil, United Kingdom, India, France and several others.
INHURED’s Internship Programme provides an opportunity for both national and international students to gain practical experience by working on the ground with relevant stakeholders. INHURED selects applicants who will most benefit from the experience as well as those who can contribute the most to the organization, based on their skills and interests and INHURED’s current requirements. INHURED principally recruits interns to work in its Legal Research and Advocacy Department. Internships are run for a period of three months with possibility of extension for another three more months. Internships are voluntary (unpaid) and will receive medical insurance, accommodation and reimbursement for travel on duty. Interns must otherwise arrange their own funding for all costs associated with their internship. Prospective interns must make sure – before accepting an internship at INHURED – that they have sufficient funding for the entire period of their internship.
Intern duties in INHURED’s Legal Research and Advocacy Department include researching legal and factual issues, drafting various releases, assisting in international advocacy activities, field trips, and administrative tasks. Interns should expect a combination of challenging and routine tasks. Applicants should have a law degree or be studying law or social science. Those with a postgraduate degree are strongly encouraged to apply. Familiarity with the history and current human rights situation of Nepal is essential. Knowledge of international human rights, humanitarian law and international criminal law is highly desirable. The working languages of INHURED are Nepali and English. Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken English. Knowledge of Nepali is helpful, but not required. Computer literacy and familiarity with word-processing programs is essential.
Applicants must submit complete application comprising of, a cover letter, updated CV with two reference, an unedited writing sample, and duly filled form to firstname.lastname@example.org It is recommended to submit the application at least three months before the suggested starting date of the internship. INHURED attempts to inform selected candidates of the decision with regard to their application at least two months before the requested starting date of the internship. Kindly note that due to the large number of applications received, only selected candidates will be contacted further by INHURED.
Interns are required to comply with INHURED’s code of conduct and code of good practice, policy and rules relating to health and safety, cultural diversity, equal opportunities and security regulations.
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