Internship Experience @ All India Human Rights Association (AIHRA), New Delhi: Spread Human Rights Awareness {S}


Ayush Srivastava


All India Human Rights Association (AIHRA), Laxmi Nagar, New Delhi

Application Process

Application process is just simple.

Mail your details as in the internship time period to their email ID and if they have vacant seats they will call you up with a confirmation mail.

Contact: Mr. MU Dua


15th May, 2014 to 15th June, 2014

First Day

Place was so difficult to find, located in congested streets of Laxmi Nagar.

First Day was like okay.

We were just made to sit and fill the formalities and pay some amount to become the member of Human Rights.

Infrastructure was like a single room which was looking like a government offices in India.

Main tasks

Because it was a Human rights organisation. So, the main task was making people aware about what Human Rights are. How it can help them and how they can avail them.


Work Environment was not good. Office was dull and there was nothing to learn.

People were nice there, but then they were busy in there own work and no one was there to guide us.

Best things

Visit to the UNO office.

Discussing with other individuals regarding Human Rights.

Learning about Human Rights.

Human Rights Member card.

Bad things

Nothing new to learn.

No proper guidance.


No stipend.

Biggest Lessons

Not a positive experience overall.

{S}: Internship experiences marked with this symbol are shorter than we’d like them to be, but still contain enough useful information to be published.

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