Our former interns

Interns support EHRAC’s work in every single way, whether it’s translation, administrative support or research. You can find out more about what being an intern entails here. Opportunities for an internship with EHRAC will be listed under Current Vacancies.

We would like to thank all the interns who have spent time in our offices since 2003.

Celia Boyon, NGO Management Skills Intern

Celia joined EHRAC in August 2018. While completing her Bachelor’s degree in French Law and Anglo-American Law in Cergy-Pontoise University, France, she had the opportunity to study at London South Bank University as an exchange student. She chose to write her dissertation on the issue of reuniting immigrant families. After graduating from her Master’s degree in International Law at the Sorbonne University in Paris, Celia returned to the UK and started volunteering as a caseworker for Doctors of the World, an international humanitarian movement empowering excluded people to access healthcare. Her particular interest in conducting interviews with refugees and asylum seekers who had suffered human rights abuses has led her to pursue her legal studies with an LLM in Human Rights at Queen Mary University of London. Celia also decided to volunteer as a caseworker within the International Family Tracing department of the British Red Cross, having attended a refugee support event with the Danish Red Cross Youth. Her will to challenge human rights abuses has led to intern at EHRAC.


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