2004 Peace Fellows

Following the successful inauguration of its internship program in 2003, the Advocacy Project sent another nine interns abroad during the summer to work with AP partners.

The purpose of AP’s Interns Without Borders program was to provide an opportunity for graduate students or recent college graduates to work on the front lines of the struggle for human rights, while at the same time supporting AP’s partners. The 2004 interns worked on a range of projects involving communications, information technology, education, marketing and general NGO capacity-building.

During the selection stage, the Project Manager of The Advocacy Project, Adriana Boscov, made an effort to match the interns’ individual interests and skills with the needs of AP’s partner organizations. By the beginning of May 2004, AP had selected nine interns, who were paired with eight partner organizations.

Intern group 2004

Training Fellows to work in the field.

 

Ginny Barahona

Fellow for AWN, Afghanistan

Georgetown University

Stacy Kosko

Stacy J. Kosko

Fellow for DA, Czech Republic

Georgetown University

Pia 2004

Pia Schneider

Fellow for BOSFAM, Bosnia

Georgetown University

Sarah Schores 2004

Sarah Schores

Fellow for AWN, Afghanistan

Georgetown University

Michael Keller 2004

Michael Keller

Fellow for HHR, Sri Lanka

Georgetown University

 Bushra 2004

Bushra Mukbil

Fellow for MEND, Palestine

Georgetown University

 

Carmen Morcos 2004

Carmen Morcos

Fellow for ADIVIMA, Guatemala

Georgetown University

Melinda

Melinda Willis

Fellow for TAMPEP, Italy

Tufts University

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Christina Fetterhoff 

Fellow for CESR, Ecuador

Georgetown University

 

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