About the Foundation for Ecological Security
With impact spanning more than 22 million lives across 36000 villages in 12 states of India, FES works on the ground, at scale, and in diverse settings, with rural communities, governments, and civil society organizations.
- Engages with the government to implement policies and programs that promote Commons’ local management and governance.
- Channels information systems and technology to improve civic engagement.
- Partners with research institutions to improve understanding and bring rigor to field action.
About the Internship
FES is looking for interns to join its Learning, Monitoring, and Evaluation team for various legal and socio-legal research projects.
The internship aims to research common property resources, environmental and natural resources laws, judicial machinery and processes, draft background material, reports, and case studies, and assist in policy framing.
Have an academic background in law, whether at the undergraduate (at least in the 2nd year) or postgraduate level.
The interns will be based out of FES’ Coordination Office in Anand, Gujarat.
Up to Rs. 10,000 per month (all-inclusive).
Field travels, if any, will be reimbursed.
4 weeks to 12 weeks
Interested candidates may apply by sending their CV with the subject “Legal internship” with a Statement of Purpose/Writing sample at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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