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Internship @ Human Rights Law Network, New Delhi: Drafting Petitions, Strict Schedule Maintenance, No Stipend
There were many interns from foreign countries also working with us. Talks and discussions with them helped break many stereotypes about them and their countries.
Internship @ Human Rights Law Network, New Delhi: Work that inspires you, BUT Registration Fee of Rs. 1000
By Saurav Das, School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore.
Internship @ Human Rights Law Network, New Delhi [Award of Excellence]: These miles may take ages to cover
The best part of this internship is that you get to learn various basic legal things which are often forgone by a law graduate like How to draft a PIL or RTI etc. Bt Tushar Khanna, 2nd year, HNLU Raipur
Internship @ (HRLN) Human Rights Law Network, New Delhi: An Organization Open to Ideas, Free of Bureaucratic Rigidity
With every successive internship at a new environment, you get to meet new people, get to leveling them on one platform and comparing them with the restraint of your judgement neutral mind. Maybe, so that understand them better, classify them according to your perception so that when needed, you could know where to go, what to ask.
Internship@ ICHRL (Indian Centre for Human Rights and Law), Mumbai: Work Experience at the Women’s Justice Initiative
The experience was not completely academic, as it was also an eye-opener, as it taught me how many women were being harassed and abused, mainly in the lower and lower-middle class families, for different reasons such as dowry, birth of a male child, etc. I also learnt that the biggest enemies of most of these women were illiteracy and financial dependence.
To further HRLN's mandate, the organisation involves students in its activities through the posts of 'Campus Volunteers' so that the college students of the country get a chance to become a part of the movement for human rights in India.
It was fun going to the HRLN office every day. Even if I was given clerical work sometimes, I felt so connected to the organization that I even enjoyed doing those.
HRLN (Human Rights Law Network) is a legal NGO headed by Mr. Colin Gonsalves (human rights activist and a renowned advocate). It has offices all over India. I had interned at their New Delhi office in Jungpura in April, 2009 for a month (in my first year).
Its an easygoing internship, suggested for first years, but not worth it for students who want to learn law related work. (Please see that the internship experience is for HRLN, Bhopal. Do send in your internship experiences at HRLN's other offices).