is a student-led organisation that connects students to Human Rights organisations worldwide by providing internship opportunities advancing Human Rights protection.
Are you one of us?
We are an international student-led organisation, run by and for students, committed to create a worldwide network of young advocates and Human Rights organisations in order to shape the next generation of Human Rights professionals.
Human rights organisations worldwide are overworked. There is an increasing number of students interested to dedicate their life to human rights protection. Yet, it appears to be very difficult to make the first step in this career path.
of students wish to get experience in human rights.
less than 20%
of students could find and secure an internship in human rights.
Tons of overworked local Human Rights organisations worldwide.
WE ARE THE SOLUTION
It is clear that there is a gap between students and Human Rights organizations that is in need of a bridge. And this is where INTERNaction comes in. For the past two years we have been bridging the gap by securing students with legal internship spots at local Human Rights NGOs worldwide: students get experience and NGOs get the qualified help they need. And this is only the beginning of what the next generation of human rights advocates can do.
AND YOU CAN BE TOO
INTERNaction is your Human Rights network, it is now your time to do your part as young Human Rights advocate.
Join us for a live chat with Roy Lee, coordinator of the legal consultancy Solon Law, about the realisation of the first world’s Green State of West Papua. With 25 years of experience, Roy will explain how his efforts to draft sustainable laws and policies can help address climate change, while accounting for social justice, traditional knowledges and human rights of indigenous people in developing countries.
This is also an informative event about the content of the two internship positions at Solon Law for summer 2022, which will open this Sunday 20th March 2022.
Free attendance, register below.
Conducting an internship at a human rights NGO in the Philippines was an enriching and humbling experience to say the least. Encouraging victims of sexual abuse and sex trafficking to fight for justice through legal means and seeing the success with your own eyes was the most fulfilling part of the whole experience. I believe that the unique system of interns being able to interact with the victims of such heinous crimes increases the persons’ understanding of the psychological/mental effects of abused children, which is oftentimes forgotten.
INTERNaction creates a bridge between human rights organisations and passionate students. Contact us to make your NGO internationally visible to the future generations.