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New Summer International Human Rights Fellowship

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Six students in the new Penn Law Public International Fellowship Program assisted international organizations in 10- week public service projects in Africa, Asia, and South America.

Nermeen Arastu 2L contributed research to a study on domestic violence legislation for ICTR and Legal Assistance Centere in Namibia; Laura Conn 2L supported clients and attorneys at the Legal Aid of Cambodia in Phnom Penh; Silvia Diaz 2L examined the juvenile penal system and its social effects on youth and violence at El Instituto de Estudioa Comparados en Ciencias in Guatemala; Christopher Fromherz 2L implemented treaty agreements involving the Ecuadorian government on the issue of environmental information access for the Centro Equatoriano de Derecho Ambiental in Ecquador; Robert Manzaneres 2L worked with clients pursuing claims against the government for political violence at the Comision de Familiares de Victimas Indefensas de la Violencia in Argentina; and Jeanine Turrell 2L assisted in the development of a comparative international civil society course at the International Center for Not for Profit Law in Washington D.C.

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