An NPO that aims to promote justice and equality in South Africa. The organisation, which operates across a number of regions in South Africa, releases publications to assist legal practitioners. It also serves as a public interest law clinic.
Role & Responsibilities
Gain valuable experience working for an NPO that produces influential publications to assist human rights and legal practitioners across South Africa. The intern will have the chance to make an important contribution to the organisation's pursuit of equality in South Africa. The intern will assist with research and evaluation of policies and writing advocacy and educational documents. The intern will also have the chance to help with the clinic's intake desk as well as the management of client cases.
A graduate or currently studying a law-related degree.
Good writing skills.
A strong interest in human rights law and issues.
Interviewing and investigative skills
Benefits to Intern
Gain an in-depth understanding of the challenges of tackling human rights violations.
Work alongside and learn from an inspiring group of people who are dedicated to achieving an equal society that respects the rule of law.
Add impressive professional experience to your CV.
Develop important skills needed for a successful career in human rights law.
Schedule & Compensation
Full-time temporary role with expectation of 37.5 hours work per week.
Summer placement of 8-12 weeks with some flexibility and potential to extend