Monthly Archives: June 2013

On The Road

I am heading off for my first fact finding trip outside of Delhi this afternoon! I will be investigating the status of health facilities in the state of Maharashtra. A former intern for Human Rights Law Network and I will … Continue reading

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Meaningful Work

I am really enjoying the work I’ve been doing so far for my fellowship in the Reproductive Rights Unit at Human Rights Law Network. It is such a great feeling to work on important issues and be surrounded by people … Continue reading

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PHRGE Revisited: A public health epidemic among Nicaraguan sugarcane workers

I’ve always hated being a student, I just I always saw it as a necessary evil to get where I wanted to go.  That being said, there are times where I’ve wished I was back in law school, often so … Continue reading

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PHRGE co-op spawns community storytelling project in Costa Rica

While a student at Northeastern University School of Law, I was fortunate to be able to pursue two human rights co-ops with the support of the Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy. I completed my first co-op during … Continue reading

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First Fact Finding Mission

It was 113 degrees today when I left the luxury of the air-conditioned office to go on my first fact finding mission (already, on just my 3rd day)! I went with a Hindi speaking co-worker to interview a new young … Continue reading

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First Days in India

I made it to India! I will be here for 10 weeks, working for Human Rights Law Network in Delhi, thanks to the PHRGE Fellowship. Today is only my second day here, but my first impressions are good so far. First of … Continue reading

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