The Coalition for Human Rights in Development is seeking exceptionally motivated and organized law students, graduate students, and undergraduate students for the opportunity to gain experience in human rights and development advocacy and communications. Internships may be based in Washington, DC, or completed remotely. Time commitment is flexible, though a minimum of 18 hours a week is required. The internship will start January 2016, with a minimum commitment of 10 weeks. Internships are unpaid, however the Coalition is happy to work with accepted interns to seek course credit for their work.
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