PHRGE offers a number of internships each quarter relating to our program and project areas. These research internships are open to JD and LLM students at NUSL as well as undergraduate students and college-bound, recent high-school graduates. While the subject matter varies depending upon PHRGE’s research needs, these internships provide students with the opportunity to explore a particular legal or policy issue through a human rights lens. Past research internships have explored: Boston’s proposed charter school expansion and the right to education; the implications of California’s recently passed “human right to water bill;” and human rights-based organizing as a strategy for improving public health.
PHRGE also offers a wonderful opportunity for undergraduate students interested in human rights at Northeastern University through the co-op students. Undergraduate students work as PHRGE Program Coordinator. They will primarily assist with either the planning of the ESCR Institute or the Annual Report, but will work on other smaller PHRGE projects and events during there time here. For Summer through Fall 2013, the co-op student is Katherine Dumais.
The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (“PHRGE”) at Northeastern University School of Law is seeking a student intern to assist with PHRGE’s social media activities including the publication and distribution of a monthly electronic newsletter. Click here for more information.
Health and Human Rights Intern
The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (“PHRGE”) at Northeastern University School of Law seeks an intern to serve as research assistant to a project seeking to understand the broader impacts of the use of litigation to address the issue of forced/coerced sterilization of women living with HIV around the world.Click here for more information