I originally found the internship opportunity at CMIR because I was looking for international work in Nepal. At my university in Pittsburgh I have a personal relationship with a resettled refugee family that is Nepali-Bhutanese. Thus, I wanted to combine my interests in international relations and law with an opportunity to see the culture of this family I have come to love. I’m very excited to learn what the reality is for migrant workers in Nepal and how studying law could help me find a meaningful career in human rights. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to work with CMIR on these issues and learn from their work! 

Name : Sarah Boyle                                   Country: United States 

Internship Area: Research and Study      Enrolled from: May, 2018 

 

 

I hope this internship at CMIR will help me develop skills and gain knowledge needed in today’s competitive job market. Furthermore,  I’m trying to learn more about the professional environment and time management. Through this internship, I would like to set foundation for my career .

Name : Manit Bhattarai                             Country: Nepal 

Internship Area: Legal and Paralegal       Enrolled from: May, 2018

 

After having learned about the abuse of domestic workers in the Middle East through my university courses, I became interested in the issues of labour migration. Therefore, I was delighted when I was accepted for an internship at CMIR where I would be able to expand my knowledge on this matter. These first couple of days at CMIR have already been incredibly interesting! I would like to thank CMIR for this valuable opportunity! 

Name : Anina Zimmermann                       Country: Switzerland

Internship Area: Research and Study      Enrolled from: June, 2018

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