LQF is looking for individuals who can work with us on intersectional projects falling under the domain of environment. You would be required to research & write on varied themes and topics under any given project. You will be required to analyse the present laws and policies under the domain, and recommend improvements in structures to ensure that the rights of marginalised communities are upheld and not subjugated.
Selected intern’s day-to-day responsibilities will include:
1. Working on various research projects assigned to them by the organization
2. Research and analysis of case laws, judgements, orders, rules, notifications, et. al.
3. Conducting research on and writing about latest law & policy issues
4. Drafting write-ups and reports
5. Researching on, reviewing and recommending improvements in legislation, policies
6. Ensuring initiation of discourse on issues of import
Mode of Internship: Online
A minimum of 4 hours per day, for five days a week. (Monday to Friday)
2 Months (can be increased based on your availability & work performance)
Academicians, Legal Professionals, Research Scholars, PG & UG Students of Law and any other related Social Science disciplines are eligible to apply for the role.
English proficiency is a must, as all resources need to be prepared in English.
Intensive training and exposure under the domain
Opportunity for internal & external publication(s)
Opportunity to engage with multiple national & international stakeholders including law & policy experts
Opportunity to represent LQF at national & international fora
Certificate on the successful completion of your tenure
Letter of Recommendation (based on the assessment of the performance)
Stipend: This is an unpaid & voluntary position.
How to Apply?
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Number: 9650563263
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