Posted by: Castan Centre | October 4, 2012

Announcing our 2013 Global Interns

The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law is proud to announce its 2013 Global Interns, who will shortly begin flying to eight leading human rights organisations on four continents.

The aim of the Global Internship Program is to cultivate the next generation of human rights leaders, and we believe that our 2013 interns will use their passion for human rights and social justice to create change in whatever fields they choose to work. The successful candidates are incredibly passionate and knowledgeable, and have a broad range of volunteering experience at local and international organisations. Along with this demonstrated passion, the interns’ academic excellence will make them invaluable assets to their host organisations.  The 2013 Global Interns are:

As was the case last year, you will be able to follow our interns on this blog as they post about their experiences on assignment.  Be sure to subscribe to the blog if you want to be notified when updates are posted.

The profiles of all our 2013 interns will soon be up on our site.

The 2013 Castan Centre Global Interns are generously supported by Daniel and Danielle Besen, Sylvia & Michael Kantor, the Dara Foundation, the Nordia Foundation, the Monash Law Faculty’s Student Mobility Fund, the Monash University Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education) and MyriaD Consultants, which conducts the pre-departure cross-cultural training.


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