The Centre for Health Equity, Law and Policy (C-HELP) is a new initiative of the Indian Law Society, Pune. It aims to advance and improve health delivery, access and outcomes through the creation, sharing and use of knowledge on health-related law and policy as informed by India’s constitutional framework, and her international commitments including the Sustainable Development Goals.
About the Internship
Interns will be expected to assist with research for and development of knowledge products on matters related to health, law and policy. The current public health crisis in India has resulted in many policy and legal developments, and interns can expect to work on these emerging issues. They will have the opportunity to learn about the policy and legal frameworks governing health in India.
Number of Interns Required
C-HELP is currently looking for two interns.
Interns will be working remotely and therefore can be based anywhere. Interns will be expected to be available online during the working hours of the organisation.
Law students (from the three-year or five-year law course) who are interested and motivated to work on health, law and rights are encouraged to apply to C-HELP. At the minimum, applicants should have completed three years of study in the five-year integrated law course, and two years of study in the three-year programme. Good research, analytical and writing skills and a working knowledge of English are necessary attributes.
C-HELP follows a strict non-discrimination policy and encourages students from all backgrounds to apply.
The internship will be unpaid.
Duration of Internship
The internship will be for a period of six to eight weeks on a full-time basis.
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