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Twenty Days of Interns: So-Heon Park

This summer, 20 Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law interns are spread across four states and ten countries, going not only with the Gospel, but also with legal training and a passion to see the Lord’s justice carried out on a fallen earth.

So-Heon interned with Advocates for Public Interest Law (APIL) in Seoul, South Korea. APIL is a public interest lawyers’ organization that works to defend refugees, victims of human trafficking, stateless persons, long-term detained migrants, and human rights victims committed by Korean corporations abroad. 

So-Heon mainly researched EU law to assist attorneys who are working for refugees. She also translated a UNHCR guideline on “Prima Facie Recognition of Refugee Status” from English to Korean.

Whether fighting sex trafficking in India and Indonesia, advocating against partial-birth abortion in Europe, advancing the rule of law in Uganda, or securing religious freedom in Bulgaria and South Africa, our interns are making a difference.

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