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A video showing why Projects Abroad's Human Rights placement is important in Ghana,as it fights for those who can't fight for themselves.
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In this video Human Rights volunteer, Nora, talks to us about her experience in Mongolia.
A volunteer, Laura from Canada, talks about the how she helped the Embassy of Canada to organise the Terry Fox Run in Rabat, which raises funds for cancer research.
Volunteers, Lauren and Hannah from Australia, talk about the experience they gained and the work they got involved in at the Law & Human Rights project.
A volunteer talks about her experience at the Human Rights project in Argentina and gives insight into her daily tasks.
A video explaining the South African Human Rights placement, where volunteers offer pro bono legal services to members of the community.
A Human Rights volunteer from the Netherlands talks about her time in Mongolia and the responsibilities at her placement.
Ashley describes the work of the Anti Child Trafficking Campaign as a part of the Human Rights project in Ghana.
A Human Rights volunteer from Australia gives a testimonial about her work assisting people who have suffered human rights violations.
A video following Human Rights volunteers in Ghana recounting memorable experiences and lessons they've learned on the project.
Volunteers describe their work in social justice, legal services and research departments and how they carry out their work.
A volunteer speaks about her experience working on social justice, child trafficking and research projects whilst in Ghana.
A volunteer from Canada speaks about a typical day at the Human Rights placement and her experience in Cambodia.