The Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project (CPA Project) is a Bhopal based litigation and research intervention focused on building accountability against the criminalization of certain communities by the Police and the criminal justice system and press for demarcations.
About the internship:
The work will primarily involve researching the disproportionate impact of criminal laws on marginalized communities and assisting with litigation work, including writ petitions before the High Court. We might consider applications for in person internships for those residing in Bhopal.
Stipend of Rs. 8,000 per month for 20 to 25 hours of work every week.
Who can apply?
Preference will be given to students in their penultimate or final year of law school, and those adept at working with data. Women, queer and gender non-conforming individuals, persons from Adivasi, Dalit, ex-criminalized/ DNT/ nomadic, other Bahujan and religious minority communities, persons with disabilities, and others from LGBTQIA+ communities to apply.
How to apply:
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV/ relevant work experience.
Last date to apply:
November, 6, 2020.