Participatory Research Internships in France
2017: “Social Engagement for Social Inclusion”
The François-Xavier Bagnoud Center’s Field Education Internship Program, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and the Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights are offering research internships to Harvard undergraduates, masters, and doctoral candidates who are seeking field experience in community development and health and human rights working with the Roma population in France. The affected population consists of between 15,000 and 20,000 people spread over 400 settlements, almost half of which are located on the outskirts of Paris. Roma have moved from their home countries in Eastern Europe to flee poverty and prejudice in search of better conditions for their families. Applicants must have solid French language skills.
Applicants must submit their proposals and all supporting materials by February 15, 2017, via the online application platform, CARAT.
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