Internship at CENTRE FOR HEALTH, EQUITY, LAW & POLICY
Start Date
31 Mar - 10 May' 21
Duration
6 Weeks
Stipend
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Interns will be expected to assist with research for and development of knowledge products on matters related to health, law and policy. The current public health crisis in India has resulted in many policy and legal developments, and interns can expect to work on these emerging issues, along with other issues of importance. They will have the opportunity to learn about the policy and legal frameworks governing health in India.
About CENTRE FOR HEALTH, EQUITY, LAW & POLICY
The Centre for Health Equity Law & Policy (C-HELP) is an initiative that takes these lessons and applies and adapts them across other health contexts and priorities. It also aims to use law in conjunction with other disciplines – economics, sociology, anthropology, public health, communication, governance etc. – to find holistic and systemic solutions to inequities in health.
Activity on Internshala
Hiring since December 2020
10 opportunities posted
About the work from home job/internship
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include working to assist with research for and development of knowledge products on matters related to health, law and policy. The current public health crisis in India has resulted in many policy and legal developments, and interns can expect to work on these emerging issues, along with other issues of importance. They will have the opportunity to learn about the policy and legal frameworks governing health in India.
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Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for the work from home job/internship

2. are available for duration of 6 weeks

3. have relevant skills and interests

Other requirements

1. Law students (from the three-year or five-year law course) who are interested and motivated to work on health, law and rights are encouraged to apply to C-HELP. At the minimum, applicants should have completed three years of study in the five-year integrated law course, and two years of study in the three-year programme. Good research, analytical and writing skills and a working knowledge of English are necessary attributes.

2. C-HELP follows a strict non-discrimination policy and encourages students from all backgrounds to apply.

Number of openings
2
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