HUMAN RIGHT VOLUNTEER ABROAD
Human right volunteering work in Ghana gives you the opportunity to create positive legislation, or make difference in the lives of people. You enhance the face of legislation and enable the poor or marginalized get justice.
You become a valuable resource, hence providing legal services to business, families, and individuals. Your impact gives the vulnerable a voice to seek redress to injustice.
If you aspire to volunteer in a competitive legal profession with respect to human right, we secure your placement at the commission for human and administrative justice (CHRAJ), the highest human right institution in Ghana and well-structured law firms or chambers, which have renowned and experienced barristers or solicitors.
Whiles you build your CV, learn new things, create international network, and gain new experience, you create impact and bring smiles to the face countless people.
We offer a wide variety of placements suitable for law graduates, law professionals wishing to take a career break, law students (during holidays) and people who have completed a law conversion course.
In some destinations we also have some placements for pre-university students thinking of joining the legal profession and people with no formal law experience who have good communication skills and a desire to work in the field of human rights.
This is an overseas human right volunteer placement which enables you to gain a unique insight into day-to-day legal practice, and the rules of law, while working in renowned legal organizations in Ghana.
Our volunteer programs are designed just for you to fulfill your abroad volunteer goals. Our well-trained, dedicated, and professional staff will work side-by-side with you and provide the needed assistance throughout your stay.
Our host family home offers decent accommodation (neatly fitted rooms) with serene environ, local and continental dishes prepared under strict hygienic conditions, scheduled transportation service, 24/7 security and 4G internet access. “Welcome to the gateway of Africa”