Name of the student, college and year of study
Ozasvi Amol, Amity University, Patna, 1st year
About the organization
All India human rights association (AIHRA) is a premier civil society on human rights. It also works as an NGO. It is a social helping hand that cultivates awareness with regard to the rights. It is an independent organization that pens crime in society. It unifies youth, professional, intellectual, etc into a single unit for human rights protection
Duration of internship
15 days (15th to 30th July)
The application procedure was a simple one. One can directly send their CV to the email provided in the application.
The main tasks were preparing write-ups, presentation.
The interns were given to research broadly on human rights in a national and international sense with respect to various classes of the society like women, migrant workers, children. The interns were also asked to highlight the cases of
human rights violations in their areas where they reside.
- The main thing was e-learning which was provided at its best. With every task, we were also given study material. Since it was an online internship one can learn easily staying at their home.
- The coordinator was very cooperative and approachable. She took a personal interest in clarifying doubts of every intern.
- One can also become a human rights activist and join the organization as per their interest.
None. If an intern is looking for research-oriented exposure AIHRA is the best organization.
- As a first-year law student one can intern in an NGO. An NGO is mostly preferred in the first year. Interning here would be a great experience.
- The coordinator like Sania Dua mam who is the woman wing president of AIHRA is very friendly who will make the internship easier.
- One can work without stress here. On the very last day, we had a virtual meeting with her where she explained the working of AIHRA, how to become human rights activist and various knowledge pertaining to law.
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