The OutRight Action International Law and Policy Internship is available to graduate level students. You must have a passion for human rights, LGBT issues, and gender equality to be considered for this internship. Additionally, you must be able to conduct research independently and organize findings into short reports, tables and spreadsheets, possess strong writing skills, and have familiarity with human rights issues affecting LGBTIQ people in various parts of the world. Preference given to graduate level and law student applicants who are multilingual. As a Law and Policy intern, you will support the research team, conduct media monitoring on related global law and policy developments, and collate information for an online research hub. Internships are offered during the spring, summer, and fall. This position is located at OutRight headquarters in New York, New York.