Financial Humanity Project Fall Internship
The FHP intern will support the Program ’s Co-Directors in an array of activities to fulfill a grant to educate the public and institutional investors on the human rights impacts of unbridled speculation in commodities derivatives. The intern’s responsibilities will include some or all of the following: research and writing; preparing educational materials; conducting analysis of primary and secondary sources; correspondence with project-related stakeholders; development and maintenance of the project’s website and document library; assisting in the development of a human rights framework and strategy for engagement with financial institutions and promotion of civil society capacity for advocacy. Successful applicants will have strong organizational skills, attention to detail, a demonstrated interest in human rights, and exceptional research and writing skills in English. To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to John Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org. The legal intern position is open to 2Ls and 3Ls. The position is unpaid.
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