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International solidarity-based internships

International solidarity-based internships

At ESADE you’ll have the opportunity to provide legal advice to developing communities. During the summer between the third and fourth years, you can spend two months in Bolivia, Guatemala, Nicaragua or Costa Rica and participate in a solidarity project through ESADE’s University Development Service (SUD).

These internships combine practical education and social commitment: They allow you to travel abroad and put your legal knowledge to practice in real projects with the added benefit that you’ll be helping to improve the lives of communities and people in impoverished areas or at risk of social exclusion.

What types of projects are they?

These projects range from defending indigenous women against domestic violence and providing legal advice in Juvenile Courts in Guatemala to accompanying and providing legal advice to refugees and migrants in Costa Rica in collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). No matter which project you choose, we recommend this experience 100% for your professional growth but, especially, your personal development.

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These projects range from defending indigenous women against domestic violence and providing legal advice in Juvenile Courts in Guatemala to accompanying and providing legal advice to refugees and migrants in Costa Rica in collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). No matter which project you choose, we recommend this experience 100% for your professional growth but, especially, your personal development.

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These projects range from defending indigenous women against domestic violence and providing legal advice in Juvenile Courts in Guatemala to accompanying and providing legal advice to refugees and migrants in Costa Rica in collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). No matter which project you choose, we recommend this experience 100% for your professional growth but, especially, your personal development.

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These projects range from defending indigenous women against domestic violence and providing legal advice in Juvenile Courts in Guatemala to accompanying and providing legal advice to refugees and migrants in Costa Rica in collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). No matter which project you choose, we recommend this experience 100% for your professional growth but, especially, your personal development.

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These projects range from defending indigenous women against domestic violence and providing legal advice in Juvenile Courts in Guatemala to accompanying and providing legal advice to refugees and migrants in Costa Rica in collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). No matter which project you choose, we recommend this experience 100% for your professional growth but, especially, your personal development.

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These projects range from defending indigenous women against domestic violence and providing legal advice in Juvenile Courts in Guatemala to accompanying and providing legal advice to refugees and migrants in Costa Rica in collaboration with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). No matter which project you choose, we recommend this experience 100% for your professional growth but, especially, your personal development.

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The SUD data


  • 15

    editions

  • +550

    participants

  • 380

    projects

“I’ve learnt about the desire and hopes of women to learn, women with the courage to fight for their rights despite the obstacles. Also, they really appreciated the fact that we dedicated a “little” of our time to them. It was beneficial for both: We taught them, but we also learnt from them”.

María Domínguez

- INCIDE Project in Mexico

Grado en Derecho

“I’ve learnt about the desire and hopes of women to learn, women with the courage to fight for their rights despite the obstacles. Also, they really appreciated the fact that we dedicated a “little” of our time to them. It was beneficial for both: We taught them, but we also learnt from them”.

María Domínguez

- INCIDE Project in Mexico

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Grado en Derecho

“During my stay in Guatemala I felt fulfilled like never before in my life. On a human level, I met incredible people, and our boss there was someone who I will always admire. I learnt so much from him and I will always be thankful for the chance to work with him”.

Raquel Bartés

- Defence of Indigenous Women project in Guatemala

Grado en Derecho

“During my stay in Guatemala I felt fulfilled like never before in my life. On a human level, I met incredible people, and our boss there was someone who I will always admire. I learnt so much from him and I will always be thankful for the chance to work with him”.

Raquel Bartés

- Defence of Indigenous Women project in Guatemala

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Grado en Derecho

“I’m truly happy because we were able to go even further than foreseen, we could go wherever we wanted to. In addition to working strictly in the Courts, we were also able to help minors and adults in jails, in juvenile detention centres, camps for immigrant children along the Mexican border… It was a fulfilling experience”.

Isabel Nadal

- Juvenile Court project in Guatemala

Grado en Derecho

“I’m truly happy because we were able to go even further than foreseen, we could go wherever we wanted to. In addition to working strictly in the Courts, we were also able to help minors and adults in jails, in juvenile detention centres, camps for immigrant children along the Mexican border… It was a fulfilling experience”.

Isabel Nadal

- Juvenile Court project in Guatemala

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Grado en Derecho