The Women’s Rights Division of Human Rights Watch (HRW) is seeking an
undergraduate or graduate student intern in late winter/early spring 2020 in
the Washington, D.C. office. Ideally, the candidate will be available 8-10
hours per week beginning in early February-late April (dates and hours are
flexible). The student will intern closely with staff in the Women’s Rights
Division, assisting with research and advocacy on sexual health education,
cervical cancer, and the human papillomavirus (HPV) in the U.S. The intern
will build skills in research methodology and advocacy in relation to key
women’s rights issues in the U.S. and will also gain experience working
with an international non-profit organization.
Responsibilities: The internship will focus on assisting with a research and
advocacy project related to women’s rights in the U.S. The intern will
learn and build skills in: conducting desk research; collecting and analysing
data; and drafting documents. Other projects may be assigned as they arise to
match the intern’s interests and abilities.
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