- 活動場所： プノンペン
- 役割： 人道支援を行っているNGOで現地の人々の代表として社会への問題提起や啓発を行うこと
- 活動先： 非政府組織(NGO)
- 条件： 本プロジェクトで扱う分野を大学で3年間勉強していること。人権問題に取り組む高い意欲を持っていること。ビジネスレベルの英語力
- 滞在先： ボランティアハウス
- 参加期間： 4週間以上
- 開始日： 随時
Our Human Rights internships in Cambodia are based in the capital city of Phnom Penh. The placements give you the opportunity to work alongside a respected humanitarian organization while gaining first-hand experience in human rights law in practice. An internship at this organization is a valuable addition to your resume and will provide you with some great points to talk about in a job interview once you graduate.
You must have completed at least three years of a related undergraduate degree and have a strong interest in human rights issues to join this internship. We also encourage you to apply if you have a related degree or relevant work experience.
Interning in Human Rights in Phnom Penh
As a Human Rights intern, you will work with one of our partner Human Rights organizations in Phnom Penh. The organizations are non-profit NGOs that focus on a variety of Human Rights issues through promoting people's rights and consultation. The organizations work to represent local communities and develop laws that are in the public interest. They also train groups like Commune Councils so they understand the rights communities possess.
Recent areas that these organizations have been involved in include promoting housing rights by helping groups that have been evicted from certain areas gain compensation for losing their land, and working with marginalized communities at risk of losing their livelihoods
International Human Rights Experience with Projects Abroad
Your precise role will be determined by your background and level of interest in specific areas. Interns work under the supervision of the local staff. Depending which organization you join you could be working in the following areas: housing rights, and land rights.
The majority of the work is usually office based, though you may have the opportunity to participate in site visits within Phnom Penh, attend meetings or workshops, or visit one of the provinces. All interns can expect to be involved in researching and collecting documents, compiling reports, and editing and translating written materials.
If you have qualifications or experience in this field then we can make use of your skills volunteering abroad as a professional in Cambodia.