Tuesday, July 22, 2008

CARAM Asia internship programme now available for students

Thanks to my blog reader for submitting this.

This is quoted from


CARAM Asia's internship programme aims to develop a human rights
perspective and deepen the understanding of interns on the issues of
migration and health.

More specifically, this will afford them the opportunity to acquire
practical experience of work in NGOs and civil society while learning
different advocacy, campaigning, researching and networking skills.

We welcome highly motivated candidates with keen interest to advocate
for the migrant communities. This internship can also be used for
academic accreditation purposes but interns will have to apply
individually with their university to obtain accreditation for their
work while CARAM Asia can assist in acknowledging the intern's work
with us.

Internships with us are not paid. Applicants are advised to seek
financial support independently. However for interns from overseas our
staff may give suggestions on accommodation.

Interested candidates should contact our Regional Coordinator, Cynthia
Gabriel: cynt…@caramasia.org <cynthia%40caramasia.org>

Thank you.
Best Regards,
Vivian Chong
Information & Communication Officer
8th Floor, Wisma MLS,
31 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman,
50100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 603-2697-0708 | 603-2697-0219

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