The Human Rights program includes working with Tanzanian human rights professionals focusing on children's, women's, and disabled people's rights and limited sexual rights. In addition, students can include research and thesis focus for the program.
Art in Tanzania Children's Agenda program focuses on Children's and Women's Rights. We also have a Rights team consisting of our team members, private Tanzanian people such as lawyers, other rights-oriented citizens and participating interns and volunteers.
Practical work includes advocacy, partaking in seminars, teaching, and gaining more visibility. Rights issues are always sensitive matters, and teamwork and networking are essential.
A consortium of Tanzanian NGOs, including UNICEF, Save the Children, and others, developed and ran the Children's Agenda program chaired by the Ministry of Community Work Gender and Children.
We use our social media pages for advocacy work, and our Facebook pages have more than 50K followers.
Academic-level team leaders are daily supervising your internship. In addition, we monitor your work with a weekly plan and report system to secure you proceed well in your study program.
The internship outcome is to learn to use and get experience implementing your education in developing country conditions with limited capacitation. Also, to better understand the opportunities in a fast-growing economy.
Interns work in teams of international students and volunteer professionals. Work hours are 6-8 hours per day, Monday through Friday.
The program is ongoing, so we can adjust your start dates. We accept applications from all students and alumni. Your placement is tailored to your background, experience, and interests to empower our daily work with the communities. Your program can be from 2 weeks up to 12 months. You can also conduct thesis and related tasks.
The typical daily tasks include practical fieldwork, planning, reporting, and visibility.
We provide 2x the local minimum wage of USD 100 per month for paid internships payable when you stay a minimum of 4 weeks.
The start and end dates are flexible and accommodate other travel arrangements in Tanzania. However, personal costs include international flights, student permits, accommodation, and meals.
You and your visiting friends can enjoy sustainable tourism, safaris, and local tour options at a low cost.
We need your tentative arrival and departure dates to book you in and open your account.
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The Human Rights program includes working with Tanzanian human rights professionals focusing on children's, women's, and disabled people's rights and limited sexual rights. In addition, students can include research and thesis…
This program has multi-professional aspects, so we tailor the tasks according to the participant's skill level. Research-oriented approaches are also welcome to develop the community-level issues and skills of the Tanzanian people in common. Students with disabilities are welcome.
This program has multi-professional aspects, so we tailor the tasks according to the participant's skill level. Research-oriented approaches are also welcome to develop the…
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