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’s Human Rights program focused 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 Works, 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 supervise your internship daily. 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 your studies and experience to work in a developing country’s conditions.
Work hours are 6-8 hours per day, Monday through Friday. Your program can be from 2 weeks to 12 months. Commonly, an internship is 2-3 months long. The placement starting dates are flexible.
We can take students in all year round as all programs are ongoing. Your placement is tailored to your background, experience, and interests to empower your daily work with the community.
The typical morning tasks include practical fieldwork in the schools and communities, and afternoons are for planning, reporting, and social media visibility functions.
The Benefits and Perks are as follows:
Accommodation with breakfast and dinner is EUR 175 per week and is a personal expense.
However, the cost drops to EUR 125 weekly after the first 13 weeks.
Airport transfers from and to EUR 120 are a personal expense.
A charity student or volunteer VISA is USD 50 and is a personal expense. Less than a 1-year multiple-entry charity VISA is USD 250.
We pay a USD 100 per month stipend to you. It is small but 2x Tanzania’s national minimum wage. The minimum participation time is four weeks for the assistance.
Flights are a personal expense.
The local transport program in Tanzania is a personal expense but small if needed.
You and your visiting friends can enjoy low-cost, sustainable tours and safaris.
We need your tentative arrival and departure to book you in and open your account.
Student references https://youtu.be/MuD0RppGjP8 and https://youtu.be/NXE9nGPFCmY
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