Two student from JFS, Georgie and David, have created a wonderful short podcast outlining a brief history of human rights in UK.
The evolution of the human rights movement is intertwined with Jewish experience and Jewish values. It is vital that people from all walks of life understand and advocate for their rights.
Interested in undertaking some work experience with us and working to champion human rights? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a read through the testimonials from our most recent work experience students:
“I’ve picked up a sense of empowerment to follow my new-found enthusiasm for human rights, and an appreciation for my Jewish heritage”
Freya Papadopoulos discusses how her work experience at René Cassin has exposed her to the necessity of kindness and empathy in everyday life
Joe Rowan reflects on René Cassin’s nurturing environment and his personal passion for activism.
Isobel Mintz reflects on how her week with René Cassin has opened her eyes to a “unique perspective on human rights”.
David Cohen explains how a week with René Cassin has challenged his cynicism with regards to work experience and the human rights sector as a whole.
Georgie joined the René Cassin team for a week in July 2018. She left feeling that she’d been given the tools to engage in her own future human rights activism.
She expected photocopying and making coffee; instead she got her “own personal enlightenment”.
Work experience student, Ella Marshall, describes her crash course in human rights.
Have a read and find out what our brilliant work experience students Liora and Nathaniel have been doing with us this summer.
Zoe Samama recently completed her work experience with us – have a read of what she got up to.
Have a read and find out what our wonderful work experience students Soroh, Jessica and Julia have been doing with us this summer.