Human Rights

Touch lives and create a long-term positive impact.

Human Rights is the “inherent dignity and the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family.”

Human rights are not granted by the State, nor stemmed from citizenship in a country. Human rights are rights that necessarily spring from being a member of the human species. While it is basic in all aspects, sadly, these rights are often neglected.

The Institute for Global Studies is one with human rights advocates in promoting fairness, dignity, equality, and respect to all humans, regardless of color, race, religion, or social class.

Be an intern and experience first-hand strategies in solving human rights issues and learn about best practices in your country of choice.

Connect with like-minded individuals from different parts of the world while improving your professional skills.


Program Highlights:

  1. Work with non-profit organizations fighting for human rights. Use your skills in making a difference – creating graphic designs, writing web contents, creating illustrations.
  2. Facilitate educational discussions on higher learning institutions and conduct workshops for immigrants.
  3. Monitor progress and evaluate results of community-based interventions.
  4. Lobby for your advocacy – women’s rights, children’s rights, refugee and immigrants’ rights, or fighting against human trafficking, among many others.
  5. Create research proposals and studies from a social science standpoint.