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We are a small team, combining our expertise to unite the street child sector and deliver the big changes needed to ensure street children’s rights everywhere are respected and protected.

If you are ready for a challenge that will transform the lives of the most overlooked children in the world, get in touch.

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Volunteering and Internships


Advocacy Intern

Consortium for Street Children is looking for a motivated individual with a background in law/human rights who would like to gain advocacy experience and contribute to our work to defend the rights of street-connected children. As an Advocacy Intern at Consortium for Street Children, you will help us to raise awareness and create change for street-connected children around the world so that they are able to access the same rights owed to every other child. You will support the Advocacy and Research team to promote the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child’s authoritative guidance about the rights of street children, the General Comment on Children in Street Situations, at the international, regional, national and local levels.

The internship will start on the 2nd March 2020. Your tasks will include: supporting our international and regional advocacy, supporting our UK advocacy, and contributing to our Legal Atlas for Street Children project. Please see the detailed job description for more information on the position and how to apply.

Please note that to apply for this position, you need to have the right to work in the UK. The deadline for application is 23:59 (GMT) on 26 January 2020.

Download the full job description here.


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