Community law internship

Internship opportunity with the Aotearoa NZ Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law in association with the UN Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Auckland Law School’s Indigenous Law Centre is excited to offer a community law internship in association with the UN Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP). For the internship, the selected student will undertake research related to the EMRIP’s upcoming Study on the Rights of the Indigenous Child under the supervision of Dr Claire Charters, Associate Professor, Auckland Law School and the EMRIP’s Secretariat.

 To undertake the internship, the selected student will need to enrol in LAWGENRL 405 in Semester 1. 

If you are interested, please send your CV and a short statement outlining your interest in the internship and what you could bring to the role (max. 300 words) to:

Claire Mason, Indigenous Law Centre Manager
claire.mason@auckland.ac.nz, by Friday 5 March 2021.

For more information on the EMRIP’s Study on the Rights of the Indigenous Child, please refer to the concept note linked at the end of  this page.

For more information on the EMRIP.

For more information on the Indigenous Law Centre.