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Summer Assignments: Center for Global Justice 2014 Interns

By June 4, 2014Uganda
This year, 19 Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law interns are scattered around the globe, serving organizations that protect children, promote religious freedom, fight human trafficking, and aid the poor. Some of our interns serve organizations located a short drive from Regent University’s campus, such as the Virginia Beach Justice Initiative. Others travel a bit further to Washington, D.C., and Texas, while others board long flights to Africa and Asia.

No matter where they go, the Center for Global Justice interns will be equipped to seek justice for the downtrodden and combat human rights abuses.

Take a look at where some of the interns are serving this year and the causes they support:
  • Michael Aiello (Chang Mai, Thailand): International Justice Mission, Human Trafficking
  • Emily Arthur (Texas): Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center and Mosaic Family Services; Immigration, Protecting Children, and Human Trafficking
  • Tiffany Bennett (Washington, D.C.): Jubilee Campaign, Religious Freedoms
  • Krystle Blanchard (Washington, D.C.): International Justice Mission, Rule of Law
  • Lindsey Brower (Washington, D.C.): International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Protecting Children
  • M. Stockton Brown (India): Freedom Firm, Human Trafficking
  • L. Carter Budwell (Virginia Beach, Virginia): National Legal Foundation, Rule of Law
  • Cassie Carsrud (Los Angeles, California): Christian Legal Aid, Care for Poor
  • Paul Davis (Kampala, Uganda): Sixty Feet, Juvenile Justice
  • Sarah Decker (Landstown, Virginia): Justice Fellowship, Prisoner Restoration
  • Palmer Hurst (Lira, Uganda): Land and Equity Movement, Rule of Law
  • Ra Hee Jeon (Alabama): Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Protecting Children
  • Ilona Manzyuk (Washington, D.C.): Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, Protecting Children
  • Allysa Martinez (Texas): Mosaic Family Services, Human Trafficking and Protecting Children
  • Sarah Jane Norris (Washington, D.C.): Jubilee Campaign, Religious Freedoms and Human Trafficking
  • Elissa Polley (Fort Worth, Texas): Traffick911, Human Trafficking
  • Sean Reilly (Washington, D.C.): The Renewal Forum, Human Trafficking
  • Paul Shakeshaft (Sofia, Bulgaria): Advocates International (Bulgaria), Religious Freedoms
  • Christy Stierhoff (Virginia Beach, Virginia): Virginia Beach Justice Initiative, Human Trafficking 
Read more in the Center for Global Justice Blog