NGO Aman Biradari Trust invites motivated students to apply for full-time internships at their New Delhi office. The legal interns will be assigned cases of mob lynchings, encounter killings, undertrial prisoners and will be in charge of legal research and drafting petitions in these cases, and coordination with social workers in areas of Jharkhand, Haryana, UP, Assam and other states where we are working on cases of hate crimes.
Aman Biradari Trust is an organisation that works towards a secular, peaceful and humane world. Our work extends to working with street children, running shelter homes in different states across the country, working with providing access to medical help for the underprivileged and on the issues of communal violence across the country.
The Karwan-e-Mohabbat began as a movement of solidarity to atone for the rising hate crimes that have taken place across the country and work with victims and families of such hate crimes and provide legal and psycho-social support.
The internship is an opportunity for young students to engage with lawyers, community justice workers, social workers and mental health counsellors to directly engage with legal justice efforts for persons hit by hate crime in different regions of the country.
The legal interns will also have the opportunity to work with undertrials between the ages of 18-21 years of age and participate in legal counselling sessions conducted weekly at a drug-deaddiction centre.
Aman Biradari Trust,
24, Major Khazan Singh Building, Sarvodaya Enclave,
Adchini, New Delhi -110017
Duration: 4 weeks from date of commencement of internship (can be extended on request)
How to apply:
Interested students should send in their CVs to ankitaramgopal[at]gmail.com along with a Statement of Purpose (500 words). Also, please mention the duration of your internship clearly in the mail.
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