CHRI is an independent, non-partisan, international non-governmental organization working for the practical realisation of human rights for the people of the Commonwealth. We believe that the promotion and protection of human rights is the responsibility of governments but that the active informed participation of civil society is also vital to ensuring rule of law and the realisation of human rights.
CHRI has offices in London, Ghana, and New Delhi. Our work is based on strong research, and dissemination of information to both civil society and governments. Policy level dialogue, capacity building of stakeholders, and broad public education are standard activities
An exciting opportunity to gain work experience in human rights for an established international NGO and to contribute to research and advocacy work focused on SDG 8.7 - contemporary forms of slavery. This work follows on from our major Commonwealth wide report on SDG8.7, launched at the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting. A copy of the report can be downloaded here.
This internship is unlike any other; the successful candidates will be working directly with a Sr. Officer, Research and Advocacy as part of one of our two programme teams delivering high profile research and advocacy agenda. The teams located across geographies and time zones; all working remotely. This is a unique set up that provides interns with the opportunity to own and lead their own work streams as well as a supportive team environment while doing substantive work - no one is going to ask you to bring them coffee!
We offer experience working on a global human rights issue. No day will be like the next, but key responsibilities include:
Volunteers work on a flexible basis, but we are looking for someone able to commit 2/3 days a week for for a minimum of 3 months.
Qualifications and skills
Please send your CV, and a personal statement of no more than 500 words to email@example.com Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
CHRI adheres to all Equality and Diversity guidelines.