From April 22-24, I attended the Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance in Budapest. The seminar was organized within the human rights internship program for ten interns working with different NGOs across Europe.
It focused on human right research and different models of human rights reporting. We gained practical skills on human rights research, such as interviewing and writing recommendations. I had a unique opportunity to talk about information management and communication tools for human rights NGOs, and share what I have learned at HURIDOCS as an intern so far.
This was a great occasion to meet other interns, learn about their research projects and also to reflect upon my own work.
You also can have a look at my presentation from the seminar:
Manushak is an intern at HURIDOCS from the NGO Women for Development, based in Armenia. She has joined HURIDOCS for four months as a part of the Open Society Human Rights Internship program. Manushak holds a BA in Theology from Yerevan State University and an LLM in European Law from University of Saarland in Germany.